New York Airport Server Backups Left Exposed for Nearly a Year
ZDNet reports today that Stewart International Airport in New York left its server backups exposed on the open internet for almost a year. That included open access to gigabytes of emails, government files and passwords that could have given hackers full access to airport systems. Unprotected since April 2016, the airport was backing up copies of its […]You Won’t Believe How Many People Connected to Our Rogue AP At This Year’s RSA Co...
We did it again! If you recall last year at the RSA Conference, our team set up a fake Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) and used an old Wi-Fi attack for a simulated hacking attempt to see how many clients we could trick in to connecting to it. This year we repeated the same experiment and our Director of Strategic Alliances Ryan Orsi wrote […]Drone Spies on Hard Drives- Daily Security Byte
We’ve seen researchers exfiltrate data using electromagnetic feilds (EMF), high frequency audio, and even cellular frequencies, but this is the first time I’ve heard of a drone exfiltrating data from the blinky light on a hard drive. The researchers at Ben Gurion University are know for sharing creative ways future attackers might steal data through […]
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