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HTTPS easy to compromise?

VirusAs if things wouldn’t be grim enough when it comes to privacy
and security, this new case of fatal security breach is going to
mean big trouble not only for Lenovo and their security tool.
The reason is the infestation of the HTTPS-mechanism in common.

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February 24, 2015Netspark No Comments »
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Wanna travel to france with your PDA?

mib_128Well, since today you’d better reconsider your thoughts and plans. According to
the french government, the french border control has all rights to search your
PDA for evidence (whatever it could be) without prior suspect. As this might
be a serious break with the right of privacy, the experts are alarmed.

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May 6, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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Apple’s problem with security

Th esecurity hole where you can bypass the security code by dialling an
emergency call number is boggling Apple big time. This video shows how to
test if your device is also affected by the security issue. Even with iOS 6.1.2
the security hole isn’t fixed and I could reproduce the steps on my 4/4S

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March 6, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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Adobe’s trouble with Flash

Whenever we hear something about Flash, one’s mind is automaically set on
security issues, Flash has brought up in the last years. While Adobe tries to
fill these security holes, new ones are already being searched for. But what
once was only directed on Windows PCs now also is aimed on Mac machines.

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February 11, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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WhatsApp – and the license fee!

WhatsApp,known to many for their SMS replacement and issuer of the same-
named App has recently updated the app to a new version. With this update
there comes a bunch of security fixes. But also a not-so-nice “feature” is now
active on most Nokia, Android and Blackberry phones: A licence notifier!

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November 19, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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USA, spying and Huawei

When it comes to Home Security, the USA is willing to take every step to
reduce any possible threat. As read here. Huawei was rejected when it came
to a public tender for network equipment dealing with the overseas
connections. Huawei offered the lowest prices, but the USA still refused.

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October 20, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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WhatsApp and security

WhatsApp had to deal again with security problems. While the older
versions didn’t encrypt the message traffic at all, the newer versions used
an AES algorythm to encrypt the messages when sent. Yet the security
was weak as the key is based on the device’s IMEI and thus can be hacked.

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September 9, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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Diablo III: Currency AH opens today?!

Probably one of the most-discussed features in the past weeks. The
auction house where you can purchase items for real money! Initially it
should open on May, 26th, the date has been moved to June, 13th and
when checking yesterday, the date says June, 15th…

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June 15, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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Security issues with WhatsApp

It seems as if WhatsApp Has also attracted the attention of hackers. An
Android App called WhatsApp Sniffer allows tapping of conversations
between users on the same network as the hacker is on with his device.
Google has already put down the App from the AppMarket.

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May 14, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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Huawei not welcome in Australia!

Again a setback for China’s #1 telecommunication service provider and gear
manufacturer. Australia has launched a telecom project to attach 93% of
the australian population to boradband internet via cable, staelltie and DSL.
Huawei however is not wanted as premier Julia Gillard states hacking…

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March 26, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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This is what you get for helping Apple!

It ain’t a good day for Apple. Today, Charlie Miller has shown another exploit,
that could Apple bring some big problems. The reason: an unobtrusive stock
ticker app. The purpose (besides shoing stock tickers): Getting access to the
inner core applications and files of iDevices. No wonder, Apple striked back!

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November 8, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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Censorship and the Web

Todays topic deals with the censorship of the Internet. You all know, that especially
China is strictly filtering the internet for any unwanted criticism of the regime that rules
the country. China has installed the Golden Wall (a government-administered firewall)
to “protect” the chinese people from any bad influence that may come from the internet.

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November 6, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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HTC – The new source of data leaks?

It seems, the newer phones from this taiwanese manufacturer seem to suffer
from an immense security leak that allows spying on your personal data you
probably want to know safe and sound by any means. It seems, HTC has a
program package installed that allows gathering information out of your…

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October 4, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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