Sunday, September 14, 2014

Top 5 infosec links of the week (XLIII)

"Tips to protect our accounts, the 15-year WIFI protocol, CelebGate, personal information at many security breaches that rewrite history". The five top post this week, directly in the Sunday compilation.


5 million is the latest scandal currently plaguing technology. 5 million GMail accounts released on a Russian forum. 5 million accounts, subtracted using different techniques of phishing and social engineering, reminding us once again the importance of activating the double authentication.

They also meet this week 15 years WIFI protocol. A communication protocol that precedent, and initially many of us came to seem pure magic. The need to use physical contact to communicate on a network, using waves. One of the great innovations of our era.

The famous naked leaks still present on top of the week. In this case, the decision of Jeff Hamilton, artist of the "No Delete" collection that he intended to make a global appeal to the importance of properly managing the use we give to technology using the photos of the models, replace them with their own naked photos.

And we end with two articles of coverage we gave to the case Home Depot, one of the DIY chains best known USA, which announced earlier this week a security breach that may have exposed the data of all customers in more than 2200 stores the signature. We could be so to drain largest financial history data. Data used fraudulently, not directly affect the pockets of its owners, but the company accounts.

Top five topics of the week. News Five drinking from the same source. The value of information.

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