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Security consultant Fran Brown has created a hacking tool that can capture data from RFID badges from up to three feet away-a worrying development considering that up to 80 percent of US companies that use RFID access control systems still employ the vulnerable technology hacked by Brown.What is RFID?Radio frequency identification, or RFID for short, […]

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These days, cybercriminals and other bad guys on the Internet may no longer have to use infostealing Trojans to gather data from users. Users intentionally posting pictures of their IDs, credit cards on Twitter and Instagram are already doing the job for them.I’ve been noticing several young people (and even adults) who post pictures of […]

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It’s a terrible situation. One of your friends or work colleagues has gone on urgent business far away, and has been robbed of their credit cards, wallet and mobile phone. But you can be a hero! You can rescue them by galloping in to the rescue by sending them some much-needed cash. Of course, it’s […]

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