Does a Hidden SSID Make You Feel Safe? It Shouldn’t. Here’s Why

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The logic makes sense: If it can’t be seen, it can’t be attacked. But that logic doesn’t always work with wireless SSID. Many businesses and individuals hide their SSIDs (known fully as a Service Set Identifier) with the hope of eluding commjackers. A prevailing theory in security has long held that by cloaking an SSID, hackers won’t know your network …

Are Millennials Really the Biggest Threat to Your Company’s Data Security?

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With cybercrime on the rise, more and more companies are on the look out for solutions to prevent security breaches. What many don’t realize is that millennials may be the weak link in the fight against cyber attacks. After all, while millennials or digital natives are tech savvy, their <over?> reliance on mobile devices may be putting companies at risk. …

Attended the Rugby World Cup? Now Is the Time to Digitally Disinfect Your Smartphone

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Few experiences unite people from around the world as indiscriminately as the Rugby World Cup. Perhaps because like all major sporting events, it’s the ultimate shared experience capable of turning people with very little in common into comrades. Thanks to technology and social media, fans can share their thoughts and reactions in real-time as try-by-try commentary. More than just passive …

Quick Quotes on Cybersecurity and Commjacking

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness month in the cyber world. In honor of this exciting and important initiative, we thought it best to take a break from writing our own thoughts on cybersecurity and commjacking and leave it to the industry experts instead. Commjacking in the Work-Anywhere Generation “People want to work anywhere and everywhere. They open their laptop up and …

Trying to Child-Proof the Internet? You’re Missing the Point

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness month. In honor of this important initiative, our latest blog post focuses on why you need to make sure your  family – your kids and teenagers – are cyber smart… Being tech savvy is no longer relevant. Much like the floppy disk, it’s outdated and of little use to anyone of consequence. What matters now is digital literacy. Take …

Connected Cars Security Hacks: Hype or Real Cause For Alarm?

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In many ways the connected car was the automotive industry’s answer to the smartphone. This was an attempt to innovate and offer game-changing features which would make our lives more convenient and connected than ever before. And while these cars have done just that, they’ve also exposed us to vulnerabilities we never could have imagined. After all, who would have …

Are You Really at Risk From Organized Cybercrime and Espionage?

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Businesses can no longer ignore the threat posed by cybercrime. The potential havoc such security breaches cause is anything but pretty, with recent estimates suggesting that this damage is likely to cost businesses over $2 trillion by 2019. What’s even more disturbing is that it’s no longer just big corporations like Sony, Target and Goodwill that are targets. As cybercrime …

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

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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. …

Welcome to the CoroNet blog!

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Our goal in having the blog is to provide you with ongoing updates on news and developments regarding radio attacks, defenses, our expert’s opinions on the field of radio security, and many other things that should interest anyone dealing with Cyber security.Clearly, our aim is not to cover ALL of cyber – there are many fantastic blogs and publications out …