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We are Never Going to Be Secure

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I did not have to put 100% in the headline: i.e. “We are never going to be 100% Secure” Whenever there is a device that is to be used for your purposes,  someone can find a way to use that purpose against you and fight you with it. So it is my assertion: Do not […]

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Hacking, is it Like a Recipe?

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One thing we do know that Hackers are very successful in hacking overall. We don’t really know how they do it? But the headlines say it all: “Yahoo says 500 Million Accounts Stolen” If you study the image above (a bubble representation of all hacked entities) from the website www.informationisbeautiful.net You see Yahoo actually with […]

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Sure Connect ABC device to Internet!!??

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Sure Connect ABC device to Internet!!?? Amazing to note that many companies are creating devices to connect to the Internet and thus open these devices up to a variety of attacks. Note the following Blog MWR Labs  The default root password has been disclosed by Packetstorm last year January 12th, 2016. Login to telnet with […]

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Using Yahoo Email? Should You Notify Customers that Your Email is Breached?

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Everyone listening to the news should know by now that Yahoo’s email service has been hacked.   CBSNews story: {Yahoo Confirms Massive hack of 500 million accounts, blames “state actor”} In Yahoo’s terms of services section DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES: 19. b. YAHOO AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES, AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, PARTNERS AND LICENSORS MAKE NO WARRANTY […]