So it seems a security company wanted to troll the RNC a little bit, and see who would connect to a potentially malicious Wi-Fi Hotspot. The results were scary…but expected.
(NOTE: This is not about Democrats vs. Republicans. I have no doubt that if this test were performed at the DNC, we’d see similar results)
Continue reading SCAM: RNC Attendees Get Hacked Through Fake Wi-Fi Networks
So apparently the 2012 LinkedIn breach of 6.5 million records was inaccurate. Over 117 million records were compromised, and easily decrypted (somebody probably forgot to salt their decrypted records). And now, they’re asking you to reset your password – this is a good thing.
But the bad thing is that hackers are asking you to reset your password, too. And if you use the wrong method, you could get into trouble. Continue reading SCAM: Reset Your LinkedIn Password
In my last post, I talked about the all-too-scary potential dangers of Windows 10’s Wi-Fi Sense. Today, I’ll give a quick post on how to turn if off, if you’ve forgotten to do so during the installation/upgrade process.
Continue reading How To Disable Wi-Fi Sense (Post Upgrade)
I wish I was making up that headline. But I’m not. The simple fact is that a new “feature” in Windows 10 will be actually sharing your network’s encryption password to Microsoft’s servers and Facebook, Skype and Outlook.com friends lists. That means anybody on your friend or contacts lists have an encrypted copy of your wi-fi password, and can use it without any further consent.
And it gets worse.
Continue reading Windows 10 is Giving Away Your Security