Archive of tag ‘NSA’

Sunday 20 December, 2015 om 14.45 door Ad  

Prevent and detect source code tampering

hackerThese days the security professionals are upset about two malicious vulnerabilities found in the firewalls of ScreenOS, a product of Juniper. Wild speculations are put forward as to who did it, when it was done, how it was done and where it was it done. The two problems appear to be of the form of a backdoor. Exactly the type of backdoor security agencies like NSA want to have installed by US software companies. >> >>

Monday 30 November, 2015 om 11.43 door Ad  

Which cloud service is secure and free?

safe-cloudI assume that you want to store your files on a cloud server in such a way that only those people can access it who you have given explicit permission. >> >>

Monday 10 September, 2012 om 15.37 door Ad  

Hacking the WiFi network of your neighbor

This article is not meant to be a hacking guide. Its only purpose is to demonstrate how easy (or difficult) it is to hack into the WiFi networks in your neighborhood. Criminals, law-enforcement officers, secret agents and alike can crack about half of these networks in about two hours, while sitting in a van near your house. You'd better know this. >> >>

Sunday 9 September, 2012 om 21.21 door Ad  

Brute-force attack on a WiFi network

WiFi is popular. People have such a network at home. ISP supply their bandwidth through WiFi and in many public places - like airports, trains, bars, hotels -  WiFi service is available. This post is the third in a series of discussing WiFi vulnerabilities. Earlier post were: >> >>