QR codes are everywhere. We scan them in shops, on public transport, in museums or in magazines so we can get the latest news or special offers.
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It’s quick and easy to scan QRs to access websites, images, text, contact details & more.
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QR codes can conceal online threats. See the real link before you open it. Check it automatically with Kaspersky Security Network.
✔ Easy Wi-Fi Connection
Connect safely to Wi-Fi. It only takes a second to get the credentials by scanning the QR code.
✔ Save a contact
Put the details on a business card straight onto your device – no need for manual input.
What is priv8? This is a Firefox addon that uses part of the security model of Firefox OS to create sandboxed tabs. Each sandbox is a completely separated world: it doesn t share COOKIEs, storage, and a lots of other stuff with the rest of Firefox, but just with other tabs from the same sandbox. Each sandbox has a NAME and a color, therefore it will be always easy to identify which tab is sandboxed. Also, these sandboxes are permanent! So, when you OPEN one of them the second time, maybe after a restart, that sandbox will still have the same COOKIEs, same storage, etc – as you left the previous time. You can also switch between sandboxes using the cONTEXT menu for the tab. Here an example: with priv8 you can read your gmail webmail in a tab, and another gmail webmail in another tab at the same time. Still, you can be logged in on Facebook in a tab and not in the others. This is nice! Moreover, if you are a web developer and you want to test a website using multiple accounts, priv8 gives you the opportunity to have each account in a sandboxed tab. Much easier then have multiple profiles or login and logout manung>ally every time! Is it stable? I don t know : It works but more test must be done. Help needed! Known issues: window.OPEN doesn t work from a sandbox and e10s is not supported yet. Priv8 is released under Mozilla Public License.
This app is designed to safely test that your antivirus product detects viruses and other harmful applications. It is based on the security industry standard test file recommended by European Institute for Computer Anti-Virus Research (EICAR) for testing antivirus software. The app is completely harmless.
When you download this app, your virus protection software should detect it as infected and recommend you to uninstall it. The app also works with any PC security software, but please note that your PC antivirus may automatically remove or quarantine it.
After creating and using a new exitmap module, I found downloaded binaries being patched through a Tor exit node in Russia. Tor is a wonderful tool for protecting the identity of journalists, their sources, and even regular users around the world; however, anonymity does not guarantee security.
At DerbyCon this year I gave a presentation of my binary patching framework, BDF. Many binaries are hosted without any transport layer security encryption. Some binaries are signed to prevent modification, but most are not. During that presentation, I talked about the MITM patching of binaries during download, and showed how easy it was using BDFProxy. I also mentioned that similar techniques are probably already in use on the Internet.
I had only circumstantial evidence until recently.