Month: July 2015

“Meet the Greeks Who’ve Already Ditched the Euro” – http://bloom.bg/1LaQUZe

Encrypted Web and Wi-Fi at risk as RC4 attacks become more practical

Encrypted Web and Wi-Fi at risk as RC4 attacks become more practical Forcing a victim’s browser to make the necessary requests to a targeted HTTPS (HTTP + SSL/TLS) website can be done through JavaScript code that’s loaded from a different Web page or is injected into the victim’s Web traffic by a Link: Encrypted Web …

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Hackers Hijacked A Jeep With A Reporter Inside, And 5 Other Scary Hacks

Jeepers creepers! It’s time to take security on the “Internet of things” seriously. Wired reporter Andy Greenberg recently asked two hackers to prove an exploit by taking over Greenberg’s Jeep Cherokee as he drove down a highway in St. Louis, which they did to great effect: Link: Hackers Hijacked A Jeep With A Reporter Inside, …

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