Another week, another gallery.
Posts Tagged ‘hacking’
Another week, another gallery. 6 this week as the 7th is actually a video which I define as a rapid series of photos.
The other day I mentioned that it’s possible to clone a RFID passport, a massive security risk that the government seemingly doesn’t care to much about. It’s no longer really a proof of concept. Elvis now has an accepted RFID passport. That’s right. Mr. dead in 1977 Elvis Aaron Presley. The hack was done in […]
Boing Boing TV has a great video on how to hack a RFID credit card for a mere $8. I’ve said it more than once that I don’t trust it yet. This is why. You just removed the best security feature on the card (the ability to keep it and it’s information out of view). […]
If you have a pacemaker or a defibrillator you may want to consider getting a firewall at some point in the future. They could potentially be “hacked“: But hackers could transmit the same radio signals — causing a defibrillator to shock or shut down, or divulge a patient’s medical information — without needing a programmer, […]
The other night I was reading about this new security flaw, and for some reason I couldn’t figure out why it was a security flaw. Why couldn’t you just download Firefox and open the file yourself? I presumed I was just tired, and went to bed. Ends up I wasn’t the only one who didn’t […]