Monthly Archives: November 2014

How AirHopper Malware Uses FM Radio Signals to Hack Computers Data

High security computers – devices which store the world’s most sensitive data, are usually “air-gapped”, which means that they are isolated from the internet. They are also not linked to other systems that are connected to the internet. Plus, their Bluetooth feature is disabled. Most of the times, workers are not allowed to bring mobile … read more

Understanding Poodle Vulnerability SSL 3.0 Attack

Another vulnerability, similar to Heartbleed, has been found in the extensively used Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 cryptographic protocol, which can allow attackers to decode contents of encrypted website connections. Google’s security team revealed that the universally used web encryption standard SSL 3.0 has a crucial security vulnerability that could be used to steal sensitive … read more