Jaap Joris Vens
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Can contacts be stolen over public WiFi?
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When you're on public Wi-Fi, anything your smartphone transmits unencrypted, including contacts, can be intercepted and read by anyone within radio range. The question is, then, does your smartphone ...

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Questions to confirm a good standpoint on web app security?
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I'm sorry to revive an old question, but Jacob Kaplan-Moss - co-creator of Django - recently wrote a great article about this exact subject: Our Dumb Security Questionnaire. It consists of the ...

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Malicious Django template authors
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Here's a way to exploit web applications that accept user-supplied values in Jinja2 templates (also available in Django). Source: https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/46386 # Exploit Title: Jinja2 ...

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iPad stolen with LastPass, Should I be worried?
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LastPass promises to that your password database can only be decrypted if the attacker knows your master password. So if you trust LastPass, you don't have anything to worry about. However, given ...

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