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One woman is so scared of wireless tech that she spent $6,400 to block Wi-Fi and LTE from her house

One woman is so scared of wireless tech that she spent $6,400 to block Wi-Fi and LTE from her house

There’s no real evidence that Wi-Fi and LTE are dangerous for your health, but one woman out of a small town in the U.K. is taking drastic measures to protect herself from both wireless data technologies nonetheless. Stefanie Russell, 72, has spent thousands of pounds […]

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How Hackers Are Using Free Wi-Fi To Steal Your Information

How Hackers Are Using Free Wi-Fi To Steal Your Information

If you have a smartphone or laptop chances are you have used free Wi-Fi before. But what you may not know is that you are putting yourself at risk to be hacked. CBS4’s David Sutta teamed up with a group […]

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Don’t trust security of free Wi-Fi service

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Don’t trust security of free Wi-Fi service

It’s so convenient to use free Wi-Fi at a coffee shop. However, I always have a nagging feeling that it’s not very safe. Should I be worried? Better Business Bureau sees more reports of scammers setting up free Wi-Fi connections. […]

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New hacking scenario emerges: Wi-Fi signal-sniffing drones

New hacking scenario emerges: Wi-Fi signal-sniffing drones

The next major network security threat could come from the sky, in the form of drones equipped with video cameras and the ability to sniff out mobile devices and their unique identifiers, perhaps even establishing rogue network access points in […]

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How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi

How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi

Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborhood. He spent three hours exploring nearby backyards. He killed a mouse, whose carcass he thoughtfully brought home to his octogenarian owner, Nancy. And while he […]

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Wi-Fi flaw gives up your password

Wi-Fi flaw gives up your password

Swiss security researcher Dominique Bongard said many popular routers’ computer chips use a “random number generator” intended to safeguard your password — but it turns out those “random” numbers aren’t as random as they’re supposed to be. Some are so […]

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Smart LED Lightbulbs Can be Hacked too; Vulnerability exposes Wi-Fi Passwords

Until now, we have seen how different smart home appliances such as refrigerators, TVs and routers could expose our private data, but now you can add another worry to your list —LED light bulb. Don’t laugh! It’s true. Researchers at UK security firm Context have formulated an attack against the Wi-Fi connected lightbulbs, which is available to buy in the UK, that exposes credentials of the Wi-Fi

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Outdated WI-FI Security Protected By Half Of London

An Infosec bod, who had been spending his time identifying insecure wireless network said that wireless security across London have been flaky.  He also highlighted some user behaviors that can be exploited by the opportunists i.e. the hackers. Global head of security at Sophas, James Lyne wentwar biking across the streets of London for almost 2 days. Read More….

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anagement Plans free WiFi through New York City

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  It may take though but it looks like New York City will finally go through with a brilliant plan that will greatly expand the number of Wi-Fi hotspots available throughout. New York mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he?s seeking proposals for how to best build a citywide Wi-Fi network that uses pay phone booths as hotspots. Read More….

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Here’s all that you have to stay secure on open Wi-Fi systems

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Accept it or not, open Wi-Fi hotspots aren’t generally the most secure approach to get to the web when you’re on the go. This is the reason security firm Secure Data Recovery has assembled a convenient infographic that provides for you tips and traps for evading probably the most well-known dangers connected with utilizing open Wi-Fi hotspots. Read More….

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