KRACK Security Vulnerability

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  • October 18th, 2017

Yesterday, a whitepaper vulnerability was published by Mathy Vanhoef of Belgian University KU Leuven. The KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK) vulnerability is an advanced Man in the Middle attack, allowing cybercriminals to redirect information transmitted through a wireless network, capturing usernames and passwords or other sensitive data. This vulnerability also allows an attacker to manipulate data, […]

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How to Keep Yourself Secure After the Equifax Data Breach

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  • October 13th, 2017

The scoop Equifax publicly reported a massive data breach on July 29th, and many users of the credit reporting service are still wondering if their information was exposed, and what to do about it if it was. The breach lasted from mid-May to July of this year. Names, social security numbers, birthdates, addresses and driver’s […]

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You Need Two-Step Authentication

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  • October 16th, 2012

It’s as simple as this: if you don’t know what two-step authentication is then you are at risk. Two-step authentication is a method of granting a user access using two or more ‘authentication factors’.  An authentication factor can be as simple as a password.  Using a single authentication factor (a single text password) has become […]

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