Among 75 WiFi devices tested; all were found to be vulnerable to one of the FragAttacks.
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After the introduction of CCPA and GDPR, much more attention is given to third-party risks, and the privacy terms and conditions users agree to. Global privacy regulations, such as the CCPA and GDPR, were enacted to ensure stricter standards when handling the personal data of consumers. As per these regulations, organizations can be held responsible […]
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The malware allows attackers to steal credentials, take screenshots, webcam data, browser, clipboard data, system, and network info.
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https://preview.redd.it/e3o6py8ysqy61.png?width=3775&format=png&auto=webp&s=e4015e7d2a3d03b58e43d58f3d2902c6e655cab0 Two weeks ago I found 7 passwordless VNC connections that allow monitoring and switching on and off…
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(Not sure if this is the right sub) My school has a web filter called forti guard and it really gets in my way, do you guys know how to circumvent this? I’ve already tried using VPNs and proxy sites but they’re all blocked so I’m going to Reddit because I’m all out of ideas
Hello everyone, I wanted to ask about some general advice for my career path. As for relevant information,I am from Germany, thats why the popular IT Helpdesk -> certs -> Cybersec career doesnt work for me. Most jobs here require an IT apprentice…
Hello all, I am interested in learning more about cyber security and I have been perusing this subreddit! I was curious about this. I know there are different ways for your information to be exploited, but if someone was really good, is it pos…
Hello!! Hopefully this is a good place to ask this.
So I’ve been having some fun playing around with Python this week and using a few different IP APIs. One I’ve been using is ip-api.com. If you plug in random IPv4 and IPv6 addresses it gives you some data on them. It works great with any IPv4 address I plug in. However whenever I go to any website and just generate a bunch of random IPv6 addresses to plug in, it gives me the exact same data every single time – for some place in Switzerland. The same thing happens with ipwhois.io. Other websites just give “null” for everything. I’ve tried multiple random IPv6 addresses from different sites and it’s the same thing every time. Although I must say, it works fine when I plug in my IPv6 address for my own PC. What gives?
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Security researcher discovered a series of flaws, collectively tracked as FragAttacks, that impact the WiFi devices sold for the past 24 years. Belgian security researcher Mathy Vanhoef disclosed the details of a multiple vulnerabilities, tracked as FragAttacks, that affect WiFi devices exposed them to remote attacks. Some the flaws discovered by the experts date back as […]
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