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Germany slams Google for mapping wireless hotspots PDF Print E-mail
Written by bad_brain   
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:35

Google, which is already under fire in Germany, faced a fresh accusation Thursday from government officials of using its camera cars to search for apartment dwellers’ wireless hotspots.

Johannes Caspar, privacy commissioner for the state of Hamburg, said it was illegal to gather the information.

Encrypted WiFi networks or WLANs are often installed in homes to carry phone, radio and data traffic. Although the traffic is usually secure, the signals can leak out through walls onto streets and reveal the name of the WLAN and the MAC or serial number of the device.

Last Updated on Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:37
 
Hackers Targeted Oil Companies for Oil-Location Data PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 12:32

By Kim Zetter, Wired.com
Three U.S. oil companies were targeted in a coordinated hack that sought valuable information about new discoveries of oil deposits and other data, according to a new report in the Christian Science Monitor.

 
Amateur goof makes Twitter account hijacking a snap PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 12:30

By Dan Goodin, TheRegister.co.uk
Twitter is sitting on an amateur configuration blunder that makes it trivial for attackers to take control of user accounts, a researcher said Friday.
The error resides in an Adobe Flash object hosted on the microblogging site, said Mike Bailey, a senior security analyst with penetration testing firm Foreground Security. Contrary to Adobe recommendations, the object is free to load files hosted virtually anywhere on the net, including those containing booby-trapped javascript and action script.

 
Tor Project servers hacked PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 12:28

H-Online.com
The Tor project developers have advised users to update their Tor anonymity software to version 0.2.1.22 or 0.2.2.7-alpha as soon as possible. This is because, in early January, two of the project`s seven directory authorities (moria1 and gabelmoo) as well as the metrics.torproject.org statistics server were found to have been hacked. Moria also contains the developers` Git and sub-version repositories.

 
Law firm suing China suffers attack PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Thursday, 21 January 2010 20:10

By Robert Lemos, SecurityFocus.com
A law firm suing China and two Chinese software developers over the Green Dam Youth Escort monitoring program suffered several targeted attacks earlier this week, when documents containing malicious exploits were sent to attorneys, the firm stated late Wednesday.

 
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