Hacking Linksys IP Cameras (pt 6)

This article is a continuation of the following GNUCITIZEN articles: here, here, here, here and here.

As we know, there are several ways one could go about hunting for IP cameras on the net. The slowest way would be to portscan random IP addresses for certain ports and programmatically detect if the web interface of a given camera was available on the open ports found. [...]

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OWI: Yet Another Anonymous Point of Attack?

About a month ago I traveled by train for a pre-sales meeting with a prospective customer. The trip was about two hours long, which would usually mean that it’d be boring. In this case it was different though: I was surprised with free OWI (Onboard Wireless Internet) on the train!

Simply connect to the available open (no encryption) wireless access point and you will be redirected to a login portal, aka captive portal. Just like any hotspot you find at coffee shops such as Starbucks. [...]

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Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?

Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook? is a quite clever video that shows some of the privacy issues that concern social networks today. More on the topic can be found here, which was published not that long time ago.

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