Hacker and security researcher Samy Kamkar, who's noted for being the author of the first Web 2.0 worm, creating zombie cookies, and USBdriveby, has now come out with a new project.
Wireshark, the most popular network protocol analyzer, has reached version 2.0.
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have created a device that allows them to "see" what a person is doing and track his or her movement even if that person is located behind a wall, and does not hold or wear any other device that would enable tracking.
With the increase of personal data being stored on mobile devices, a new survey showed that 61 percent of wireless consumers use PINs/passwords, up 20 percent from the survey conducted in 2012.
In a letter submitted to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Dave Täht, co-founder of the Bufferbloat Project, and Dr.
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