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#Tuff luck for my repairs... :(
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Clever use of MS as a proxy site...
The companies say the TechNet website was being used as part of a Chinese hacking group's malware campaigns.
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Hacker implants NFC chip in his hand to bypass security scans and exploit Android phones
Going by hacker stereotypes, it’d be pretty easy to physically identify anyone committing an act of digital crime. A combination of pallid skin, hoody and laptop is the biggest giveaway. Such hackneyed images of hackers are, of course, evidently wrong, bordering on offensive. Real hackers penetrating business networks have the common sense to avoid cliched clothing and try to conceal their tools. For those who can bear the pain, biohacking, where computing devices are injected under the skin, provides a novel way to acquire real stealth to sneak through both physical and digital scans.  That’s why US navy petty officer Seth Wahle, now an engineer at APA Wireless, implanted a chip in his hand, in between the thumb and the finger – the purlicue apparently – of his left hand.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2015/04/27/implant-android-attack/
Hackers who want real stealth might want to hack their own body first. An ex-military security specialist tells FORBES an NFC chip in his hand would be a useful tool in any digital criminal's arsenal, showing off an exploit attacking an Android phone. Is evil biohacking about to go mainstream?
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I actually did this by accident to myself a couple years back when building a usb interface, so can verify this is possible...
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Internet attack cloud shut down US gas stations
A device used to monitor the gasoline levels at refueling stations across the United States—known as an automated tank gauge or ATG—could be remotely accessed by online attackers, manipulated to cause alerts, and even set to shut down the flow of fuel, according to research to be published on Thursday. The security weakness—identified by Jack Chadowitz, a former process control engineer and founder of control-system monitoring service BostonBase—could theoretically affect the devices at many of the approximately 115,000 fueling stations in the United States, but only a small fraction of those systems—about 5,300—appear to be vulnerable to an Internet attack, according to security firm Rapid7, which conducted a scan for such devices on January 10.
http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/01/internet-attack-could-shut-down-us-gasoline-stations
More than 5,000 service stations use a monitoring unit vulnerable to attack.
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No good deed gods unpunished...  :(
One of the world’s foremost experts on counter threat intelligence within the cyber security industry who blew the whistle on vulnerabilities in airplane technology systems in a series of recent Fox News reports, has become the target of an FBI investigation himself.
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Wireless communication that does not use radio...  Slow, limited, but effective...
Researchers demonstrate method of breaking into secure systems that doesn’t require any physical connection
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View-Master and Google Cardboard:  A perfect fit!
For over 75 years, generations of kids have been introduced to the wonder of 3D by View-Master®. Today we are reimagining an entirely new way to explore and discover the world around you.
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Hopefully the Android Ware standards are more secure than Nike's
During the last two weeks I had fun playing with the BLE protocol of the Nike+ FuelBand SE, a device to track daily steps, calories, time, etc. I've completely reversed its protocol and found out the following key points: The authentication system is vulnerable, anyone could connect to your device
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