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Wi-Fi KRACK attack explained. Is Secure Phone affected?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 23, 2017 6:04:10 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Last week, a report by Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet revealed a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol used by virtually all Wi-Fi networks worldwide. The flaw allows hackers to perform a man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack and decrypt and read all Internet traffic going through the network. However, Secure Phone users should rest assured that their security is not compromised.

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6 ways your phone can get hacked

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 11, 2017 6:57:41 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Is someone trying to hack your phone? The answer to this question is most likely “yes” – regardless of whether you are a person of particular interest to hackers or not. The average Joe may not be the CEO of a petroleum or pharmaceutical company, but there is still money to be made in hacking their device and extracting data. Here is how attackers do that.

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Hackers use hotel wi-fi to spy on targets, doesn't work on Secure Phone

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 14, 2017 6:28:45 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Do you use free hotel Wi-Fi? Well, you better not. Last week security research firm FireEye published a report claiming a notorious hacking group is using a leaked NSA tool to infiltrate hotel networks and steal the credentials of high-profile targets. Just another reason to stay clear of free Wi-Fi hotspots.

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How to avoid privacy threats when using free Wi-Fi

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 21, 2016 6:47:39 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

In an age when people do more and more things on their smartphones, getting to a free Wi-Fi hotspot feels like finding an oasis in the middle of the desert. Who wouldn’t prefer to hop on a free network and browse the hell of the Internet without having to worry about a data limit? Well, just like anything else that’s free, wi-fi comes with a fine print. And its reads “data leaks.”

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Wi-Fi IMSI-catchers: Another reason to avoid free hotspots

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 7, 2016 6:15:21 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Nowadays, IMSI-catchers are pretty much vanilla surveillance. Such devices have been used by law enforcement and not-so-lawful adversaries alike to seize phone data for over a decade. Now, researchers have demonstrated how the same can be done over Wi-Fi. And it is also relatively easy.

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