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Black Hat Europe update: Trust issues?

The “Kaminsky 2.0″ at Black Hat today turned out to be ┬áthe talk from Daniel Mende and Enno Rey, dealing with vulnerabilities in the BGP and MPLS protocols. From what I can tell, there was no real news; most of the information they presented has been available for a while. The fact that BGP has [...]

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Hackers capturing all your internet traffic. Unnoticed.

Did that title get your attention? What if a hacker could intercept all your internet traffic and: Redirect it to another site Return his own advertising on all sites you visit Log all sites you visit, information you post, people you chat or e-mail with And more scary stuff than I’d like to think about [...]

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