I was quoted in thisÂ Vancouver Sun article today which highlights several ways you can protect yourself from sidejacking attacks.
Today I was quoted in the Winniped FreePress about Firesheep: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/life/home_family/program-firesheep-allows-easy-hacking-of-facebook-twitter-over-unsecured-wifi-105879628.html
One of the most serious attacks on internet infrastructure occoured a few days ago, and as the Canadian media don’t seem to want to report on it, I will, as it seems only those in the industry in Canada are Continue reading What the SSL?
I was excited to read today’s post on Facebook’s blog. It starts off with This Friday is Data Privacy Day, an international effort by governments, businesses and advocacy groups to raise awareness about the importance of staying in control of Continue reading Facebook doesn’t seem to know the difference between privacy and security?
If you have a wireless card in your laptop or netbook, you should see if it can be put into monitor mode/promiscuous mode. If so, this means you can “sniff packets” (watch all the internet data flying by your antenna). Continue reading Borrow your neighbours identity