As I’m sure a lot of you have heard – 68 Million passwords to Dropbox accounts were leaked to the public. This is following the 2012 hack in which Dropbox stated on their blog the following:
A stolen password was also used to access an employee Dropbox account containing a project document with user email addresses. We believe this improper access is what led to the spam. We’re sorry about this, and have put additional controls in place to help make sure it doesn’t happen again.
It was believed and stated by Dropbox that only user e-mails were stolen. Dropbox disclosed that an employee’s password was acquired and used to access a document with e-mail [...]
Anyone that knows us here at CyndrTec knows that we do not trust nor like wireless technology. While it is true that wireless technology is convenient the truth is that it is not as secure when compared to wired technology. Adding to our distrust of wireless technology is the fact that hackers can now steal your keystrokes from your wireless keyboard from hundreds of feet away. Soaking up credit card numbers, bank account logins, bank information and social security numbers.
Bastille’s research team has revealed a new wireless keyboard attack code-named KeySniffer. This technique allows hackers with a $12 radio device intercept the connection between any of eight [...]