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asked Is there something similar to pseudorandom generators but in the opposite direction?
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comment Mobile traffic sniffing using Cain
I meant an ADSL or WIMAX router .
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revised Can I be hacked through WiFi?
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comment Can I be hacked through WiFi?
Eset smart security has anti-spoofing technology which gives warning when someone on your network is trying to preform ARP poisoning attack
Jul
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answered Can I be hacked through WiFi?
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asked Mobile traffic sniffing using Cain
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asked How to prevent user from recovering my iPhone data?
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asked What kind of security do WhatsApp and Viber use?
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asked What is (“ASCII” redundancy) which is said to be required to retrieve the original plain text in 2 times pad?
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accepted What is the disadvantage of using spoofing protected version of ARP protocol
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comment Touch Screen Password Guessing by Fingerprint Trace
Having a complex pattern might gives more protection ... having just simple line or a square like shapes reduces the possibilities for brute forcing . so so having a pattern like infinity sign is a good idea i think
May
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comment Are phone calls on a GSM network encrypted?
year ago i was viewing a lecture on GSM security and spoofing , the lecturer said that each GSM chip has a flag that when its set on , it warns you when you are attempting to make a call on unencrypted network . he claimed that he hasn't seen a company that turns this bit on
Apr
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comment What is the disadvantage of using spoofing protected version of ARP protocol
@MayankSharma i doubt "like " has a place here , personal preference and resistance for change might be a good explanation for normal users why don't they change for more secured versions\products if existed , but what about companies ? they cant risk their business for that . however about "why we use protocols that might be vulnerable , well i think (speaking from business point of view ) its about feasibility . sometime the cost of implementing a solution exceeds the expected benefits .