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Two Hackers Have Found How to Break into Hotel-Room Locks
When you read a story talking about security vulnerability that may risk millions of hotel rooms, never think it's just a story. Your and your family's privacy may leak from these rooms if only you have chance to stop hotels. A ridiculous case was as early as 2003, 15 years ago, an guy in a a hacking conference in Berlin found his laptop was stolen and there was no evidence of force entry. Yes, his room's keycard-operated lock got hacked. As a matter of fact, hacker are much stronger than that age, no hotel room is safe now...
By Gulliver  View Source  
One Mistake People Make Using Public Wi-Fi
Using public Wi-Fi isn't a right option in many cases, especially you may log in any accounts, either your bank or your Facebook. A basic rule is that avoid doing anything you would not want anyone in the world to know on public Wi-Fi. No matter in busy café or big-name hotel, public Wi-Fi is a major liability in view of security. The real risk isn't in your computer but the router that the Wi-Fi goes through...
By Kim Komando  View Source  
What the Target data security breaches mean for hoteliers
The Target and Neiman Marcus problem. The massive security breach of Target's customer data may affect more than 110 million Americans -- potentially about 1 in 3 persons living in the United States. Followed in quick succession by another 40 million customers of Neiman Marcus (and more disclosures expected soon from other retailers), it is time...
By Jim Butler  View Source