Since we are on this topic:

"You don’t need to be a crowned Ranger class master hacker to sneak
into someone’s email or facebook account these days. Which means that
you’re not simply being a nervous nellie if you’re worried about
security.

In fact, users of public WiFi should be worried. If you use WiFi to
access some of the most popular email and social networking services,
like, gmail, yahoo mail, hotmail, and facebook, your account
information floats around in the air, often completely unsecured.

You want some more fear with your coffee? Chris Soghoian, a fellow at
the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, took a look into WiFi and
account security to find out just how scary the situation is."

Listen to the audio at:
http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman/2009/07/16/radio-berkman-126-the-g-fail/



saqib
http://www.capital-punishment.us

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