Tag: wi-fi

Jun 29

What is Wi-Fi Sense and Why Does It Want Your Facebook Account?

Wi-Fi Sense is a feature built into Windows 10. You may see a pop-up saying “Wi-Fi Sense needs permission to use your Facebook account.” It also works with Outlook.com and Skype contacts.

Source: What is Wi-Fi Sense and Why Does It Want Your Facebook Account?

Feb 04

Kaspersky QR Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play

Description

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.

✔ Simple & Free

It’s quick and easy to scan QRs to access websites, images, text, contact details & more.

✔ Stay safe from scams

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.

via Kaspersky QR Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play.

Jun 27

World Cup security well executed if you don’t count the Wi-Fi | Naked Security

World Cup security well executed if you don’t count the Wi-Fi | Naked Security.

Mar 15

Wi-Fi Honeypots and MAC Address Surveillance – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab

Wi-Fi Honeypots and MAC Address Surveillance – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab.

Mar 25

Google pays price for unintentional Wi-Fi snooping | Geeks are Sexy Technology News

Google pays price for unintentional Wi-Fi snooping | Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Aug 09

How to spy on your neighbors using their Wi-Fi router.

A team of electrical engineers has published a paper demonstrating how a passive radar system can see through walls by reading Wi-Fi radio waves.

 

This system consists of two antennas it uses Doppler effect in order to track movements.

Jan 04

Most Wi-Fi routers susceptible to hacking through security feature | Naked Security

Stefan Viehböck, an independent security researcher, published a paper on Boxing Day titled “Brute forcing Wi-Fi Protected Setup” to his WordPress blog disclosing a weakness in the configuration of most consumer/SoHo Wi-Fi routers.

via Most Wi-Fi routers susceptible to hacking through security feature | Naked Security.