$45 gets you the ability to clone 4x keyfobs to this simple device. Useful to backup your entry fobs but also shows how cheap and inconspicuous it is for someone untrusted to copy your fob.
Month: October 2019
Steve Gibson founder of GRC talks about SQRL his password alternative. Free. Requires users to be responsible for their own security and backup their own keys. I trust this because Steve is a smart guy. BTW listen to Steve’s podcast called SecurityNow on Google Podcasts. This seems like a natural fit for 2 factor authentication. …
When purchasing online my first choice is to use PayPal, as they have fraud insurance in addition to your banks fraud insurance. If PayPal is not accepted Recommend using a service that provides virtual credit cards so you essentially have a dedicated credit card number per website. Such as PayPal Key US only (but considering …
People Are Now Selling Their DNA For Money http://flip.it/JgknWN Ya, don’t do that. What happens when DNA becomes the next biometric authentication? A detective has been granted access to private consumer DNA data database http://flip.it/uGKyDC
Tesla launches Solar Roof tiles V3, now ready for primetime http://flip.it/J4qfTS
Goodbye SMS texting, hello RCS http://flip.it/xJLalV
Discord ‘Spidey Bot’ malware is stealing users’ data, including passwords http://flip.it/3JjS05
Rats drive tiny cars to gather Froot Loops — for science http://flip.it/7AZdr0 This has nothing to do with cybersecurity but it has cute critters.
Did some research on Software Defined Radios (SDR) which can receive radio waves. A tutorial by Crazy Danish Hacker shows that Cellular SMS messages are encrypted with the cell phones KS key, although the key is very short. SDR’s can receive only but someone has created a linux driver to use a USB3 to VGA …
Google quantum computer leaves old-school supercomputers in the dust http://flip.it/D6bZEZ