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Hacker Released 'iDict' Tool That Can Hack Your iCloud Account

Hackers have a great start of new year 2015, giving a public threat to Apple’s online iCloud service. A hacker using the handle “Pr0x13” has released a password-hacking tool to GitHub website that assures attackers to break into any iCloud account, potentially giving them free access to victims’ iOS devices. 45 more words

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Introduction to cyber security – Week 2, Authentiation

Passwords – what are they for?

Identification and authentication – Systems need to uniquely identify each user and prevent impersonation.

Risks and solutions

Cyber Security

Departure: Chapter 2

In this chapter: Politics is death. No God escapes from this conference room with their souls intact.
Also hacking is really hard when you’re talking about sealed altars that existed well before history and bear within the source of all existence.

Chapter 2: Beginning of the End

Why you need to change your password!

Last month I attended a workshop about cyber safety. The presenter, Dave L. Rutz, is actually a Computer Forensic Analyst. As he enlightened us about how computer passwords are crack it really started to make me think. 521 more words

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Back Doors Always Become Open Doors

We know back doors get built into systems because sooner or later they’re abused in ways that often grab our attention.

Keep in mind that any “password recovery” system accomplishes something that would not be possible within a system that really protects confidentiality. 460 more words

Cyber Security

Apple aware of iCloud brute-force vulnerability six months before 'Celebgate'

The software developer credited by Apple for discovering last year’s developer center flaw says that he informed Apple of an iCloud weakness that may have been used to obtain… 232 more words

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