Stealing Creditcard Numbers from RFID Scanner

Today I saw a video over youtube from the News Channel 3 wreg.com about the electronic thieves who can pickpocket your credit card numbers, name and expiry date without evening actually seeing and touching it. Walk Augustinowicz, RFID security expert made a scanner to show the companies that how RFID technology can be scanned by high-tech thieves.

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Google Introduced Public DNS Service

Google LogoGoogle Public DNS is a free domain resolution service that anyone can use as an alternative to current DNS provider. The concept behind Google Public DNS is Google uses only two addresses: 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. The routing system simply delivers packets addressed to either address to the closest Google Public DNS location. So users in different places around the world will be talking to different instances of these addresses, making for faster round-trip times, which is important for good DNS performance.

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Top10 Free AntiVirus and Spyware Removing Softwares

Top 10 most popular downloaded anti-virus and spyware removing software tools.

1. AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition
Antivirus Software

2. Ad-Aware 2008
Spyware Removers

3. Avira AntiVir Personal – Free Antivirus
Antivirus Software

4. Avast Home Edition
Antivirus Software

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Firefox add-on protects against hackers

Carnegie-Mellon University has developed a free add-on to the Mozilla Firefox 3.0 browser to boost security for users.

The Perspectives add-on was developed at the university’s School of Computer Science and College of Engineering.

The software protects Firefox users against potential “man-in-the-middle” wireless attacks when users are surfing the web.

The Perspectives system also supports domain name website certificates provided by the likes of VeriSign, Comodo and Godaddy.

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