Top Stories Security
- Create A USB Password Stealer To See How Secure Your Info Really Is
- Four Great DIY Projects For Hacking Computers And Networks
- How To Cover Your Tracks When Snooping On Someone's Phone Or Computer
- How To Hide Files On Your Computer
- How To Check If Your Mac Or Linux Machine Is Vulnerable To Shellshock
- How iOS, Android And You Can Improve Smartphone Security
Android: Your desktop’s webcam probably has a handy indicator to tell you when it’s on. Your phone does not. If you’re concerned about certain apps using your camera or microphone when you’re not aware of it, D-Vasive attempts to help keep you aware.
If you’re testing your hacking skills or trying to learn more about security, your toolkit shouldn’t end with your computer. If you’re willing to pick up a screwdriver, a soldering iron and a few other tools, there are several great DIY hacking projects that will test your mettle and teach you a few things about networking at the same time. Let’s take a look at some of them.
eBay has already killed off SSL 3.0 connections to its website, one of undoubtedly many major companies clamping down on the now-insecure transport protocol. If you’d like to be proactive about the problem, it is possible, using the proper options, to disable or reject SSL connections right from your browser.
With the furore over Heartbleed and the seemingly regular database intrusions we hear about these days, all manner of companies are taking security a little more seriously. eBay, for instance, recently stepped up its game, killing support for SSL 3.0. It doesn’t mean much to the daily experience, but it’s a step in the right direction.