The “Snoopy” drone will send a fake signal disguised as a trusted network and intercept everything being sent and received on a device including sites visited, credit card information, location data, usernames and passwords.
Facebook Begins Rollout Of Embedded Posts (AllFacebook)
Facebook Wednesday announced the rollout of embedded posts, which will allow users to add public posts from the social network elsewhere on the Web, such as on blogs and websites, with those posts including photos, videos, hashtags and other content. Readers will also be able to like and share directly via embedded posts.
If your office headquarters are at Starbucks, your internet service is about to get a free refill.
Boeing’s new Wi-Fi technology got a little help from some starchy friends. The Synthetic Personnel Using Dielectric Substitution, dubbed SPUDS, allows researchers to test in-flight signal strength of wireless systems. Evidently SPUDS share similar reactions to radio waves as human bodies, making them the “ideal stand-ins for passengers.”
Using SPUDS allowed testing to be reduced from two weeks to just 10 hours. Food enthusiasts should know that the tubers did not go to waste, all 20,000 pounds were donated to the food bank. Click below to watch their video. Read more
Social networkers who twitch at just the thought of going without their Facebook, Twitter or Foursquare during the flight home for Christmas have a nice, holiday gift this year, thanks to Google.
A new Firefox add-on has been released to protect users surfing social networks at their local Starbucks or other Wi-Fi landing spot. Does this “BlackSheep” really work, or is it just a wolf in sheep’s clothing?