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Are you good at hiding your feelings?
No issues, your Wi-Fi router may soon be able to tell how you feel, even if you have a good poker face.
A team of researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a device that can measure human inner emotional states using wireless signals.
Dubbed EQ-Radio, the new device measures heartbeat, and
A researcher has demonstrated how easy it is to steal high-end drones, commonly deployed by government agencies and police forces, from 2 kilometres away with the help of less than $40 worth of hardware.
The attack was developed by IBM security researcher Nils Rodday, who recently presented his findings at Black Hat Asia 2016.
Hacking the $28,463 Drone with Less than $40 of Hardware
Just one day after Microsoft released its new operating system, over 14 Million Windows users upgraded their PCs to Windows 10.
Of course, if you are one of the Millions, you should aware of Windows 10’s Wi-Fi Sense feature that lets your friends automatically connects to your wireless network without providing the Wi-Fi password.
Smells like a horrible Security Risk! It even triggered
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Security researchers have uncovered a zero-day vulnerability in iOS 8 that could repeatedly crash users’ Apple iPhones, iPads and iPods when the devices connect to a malicious wireless hotspot.
It’s like Denial of Service (DoS) attack on Apple’s iOS devices that results in crashing either individual iOS apps or users’ entire iPhones.
NO iOS ZONE
Adi Sharabani and Yair Amit of Mobile
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A Greek security researcher, named George Chatzisofroniou, has developed a WiFi social engineering tool that is designed to steal credentials from users of secure Wi-Fi networks.
The tool, dubbed WiFiPhisher, has been released on the software development website GitHub on Sunday and is freely available for users.
“It’s a social engineering attack that does not use brute forcing in