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KRACK Detector is a tool to detect and prevent KRACK attacks in your network

How to discover if your network is vulnerable to KRACK attack? KRACK Detector is a script that can detect attacks against client devices on your network. Last week I published a post warning of many industrial networking devices from various vendors are still vulnerable to the recently disclosed KRACK attack (Key Reinstallation Attack). The Belgian research
Publish At:2017-11-06 10:45 | Read:4035 | Comments:0 | Tags:Breaking News Hacking Internet of Things KRACK attack KRACK

Industrial Products of many vendors still vulnerable to KRACK attack

Many industrial networking devices from various vendors are still vulnerable to the recently disclosed KRACK attack (Key Reinstallation Attack). Many industrial networking devices are vulnerable to the recently disclosed KRACK attack (Key Reinstallation Attack), including products from major vendors such as Cisco, Rockwell Automation, and Sierra Wireless. A
Publish At:2017-10-31 06:55 | Read:1939 | Comments:0 | Tags:Breaking News Hacking KRACK attack Wi-Fi WPA2

A leaked document raises a doubt about NSA knew the #Krack attack since 2010

An NSA leaked document about the BADDECISION hacking tool raises the doubt about National Security Agency knew the Krack attack since 2010. Security experts are questioning the NSA about the recently disclosed Krack attack the allows an attacker to decrypt information included in protected WPA2 traffic. Security experts believe that the National Security Age
Publish At:2017-10-22 06:05 | Read:2036 | Comments:0 | Tags:Breaking News Hacking Intelligence BADDECISION cyber espiona

IoT Devices as Proxies for Cybercrime

Multiple stories published here over the past few weeks have examined the disruptive power of hacked “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices such as routers, IP cameras and digital video recorders. This post looks at how crooks are using hacked IoT devices as proxies to hide their true location online as they engage in a variety of other types of cybe
Publish At:2016-10-14 13:20 | Read:4683 | Comments:0 | Tags:Other ASUS Bitcoin DD-WRT honeypot internet of things IoT Li

Mythbusters: Is an open (unencrypted) WiFi more dangerous than a WPA2-PSK? Actually, it is not.

IntroductionWhenever security professionals recommend the 5 most important IT security practices to average users, one of the items is usually something like: “Avoid using open Wifi” or “Always use VPN while using open WiFi” or “Avoid sensitive websites (e.g. online banking) while using open WiFI”, etc.What I think about
Publish At:2015-07-23 18:55 | Read:2554 | Comments:0 | Tags:VPN wifi wireless WPA2 WPA2-PSK

Lizard Stresser Runs on Hacked Home Routers

The online attack service launched late last year by the same criminals who knocked Sony and Microsoft’s gaming networks offline over the holidays is powered mostly by thousands of hacked home Internet routers, KrebsOnSecurity.com has discovered. Just days after the attacks on Sony and Microsoft, a group of young hoodlums calling themselves the Lizard Squad 
Publish At:2015-01-09 16:50 | Read:4231 | Comments:0 | Tags:A Little Sunshine Ne'er-Do-Well News Web Fraud 2.0 google Li

Is Your Router Easy to Hack? Learn How to Properly Secure Your Router.

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give your home WiFi router another thought after checking to make sure it has Internet connection. But did you know that your home WiFi router is a crucial component to your overall security? While a WiFi router means no more hassling with messy Ethernet cables, you could unknowingly be putting your data at ris
Publish At:2014-08-15 01:04 | Read:3885 | Comments:0 | Tags:Online Privacy PC security router WEP Wi-Fi WiFi WPA WPA2


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