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Why hackers love your Wi-Fi (and how to protect it)

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Wi-Fi hacking is all fun and games until somebody hacks the Wi-Fi on a roller coaster. That’s a lesson one professional security researcher found out the hard way. Several years ago at Disneyland, the roller coaster car he was riding was click-click-clacking its way along its track until it abruptly…

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Free Wi-Fi has driven 88% of Canadians to put their personal info at risk

more information on sonyhack from leading cyber security expertsSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A strong Wi-Fi signal is one major factor that helps Canadians decide where they want to stay when they go away for long weekends, said a risk report released by Norton last month. And while a hefty majority of Canadians believe their information is safe while […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Stay safe online this summer, watch out for fake WiFi networks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Better Business Bureau warns if you are traveling this summer and taking advantage of free WiFi, double check before connecting your device. Scammers use fake WiFi hotspots to steal personal information or gain access to your device. “Say you’re at a coffee shop, airport, hotel lobby, or other public place,…

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Safety tips for using public Wi-Fi

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Q: What can I do to be safe when using public Wi-Fi? The convenience of accessing public Wi-Fi networks has become somewhat of an expectation when we’re away from our primary home and work connections, but it’s important to understand the risks. Anytime you share a connection with strangers, whether…

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Google Researcher Reveals Flaw In Android And iOS That Can Be Hacked Via Wi-Fi

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

No software is 100 percent watertight. A serious bug can pop up anytime that will leave your devices vulnerable. Just like what a Google Project Zero researcher has discovered. Gal Beniamini found a serious security flaw in Wi-Fi chipsets of …

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Ex-Emory Professor Will Do Time for Using Campus Wi-Fi to Download Child Pornography

A former professor of epidemiology at Emory University was sentenced to six years and six months in federal prison and must pay a $15,000 fine for downloading at least 8,000 images of child pornography using the campus Wi-Fi, AJC.com reported. The professor, Kevin M. Sullivan, pleaded guilty to downloading the images in December, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney John Horn. “Sullivan downloaded thousands of files depicting the sexual abuse of children,” Horn said. “He attempted to cover his tracks by using his personal computer on the internet system at Emory to download the images.”
Officials were tipped off to Sullivan’s activities in 2014, when Swiss law enforcement officers seized a server hosting the illegal content.

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A top British cop wants to fit teenage hackers with wearable Wi-Fi jammers

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A top British cop wants to fit teenage hackers with wearable Wi-Fi jammers

One of Britain’s top cops has come up with an unconventional solution for dealing with pesky teenage hackers: Make them wear portable Wi-Fi jammers.
Chief Superintendent Gavin Thomas, president of the Police Superintentent’s Association, made the suggestion to The Telegraph

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This Wi-Fi router will protect your smart fridge from hackers

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This Wi-Fi router will protect your smart fridge from hackers

SAN FRANCISCO — A new batch of routers seeks to ward off hacks that leverage your smart home’s computing power for nefarious purposes.
This added protection responds to a growing security threat for households. In October, hackers used a code

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How to hack Wifi passwords with root browser

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How to hack Wifi passwords with root browser

In this video you will see how to hack Wifi password it’s very easy guys u must watch

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WiFi Pineapple Primer – From Recon to PineAP

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WiFi Pineapple Primer – From Recon to PineAP

A brief tutorial on WiFi Pineapple fundamentals using PineAP for targeted wireless network auditing.

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