Coronet, Commjacking and Why All the Fuss About Wi-Fi Security

Posted: July 15, 2015 / Author: Dror Liwer

The word, ‘commjacking’ is a derivation of hijacking and communications. It is a method of intercepting the data and voice flows, or communication channels, from any device that can connect to cellular or WiFi networks. Once those flows are intercepted, hackers can get to any information you are sharing through that device, including personal details, login credentials and so on. Commjackers can even listen into conversations, intercept and manipulate SMS and email messages and all in real-time too – you can imagine the types of disruption, financial losses and even danger this poses, to any sized enterprise.  The next time…

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