Belkin's SOHO routers are not exactly a paragon of a secure device, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that, once again, a security researcher has unearthed a number of flaws in one of them.
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.
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