In an age where we no longer use floppy discs and many systems no longer even have an optical drive the USB-memory sticks have become invaluable for carrying around data, use as Live-“CD” for Linux-distros or even as install-media for Windows and other OS’s. While USB 2.0 was pretty slow …Read More »
Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ 3G
Data security is an ever increasing concern yet many people consider a thumb drive “secure enough”, at least until it’s lost. Kingston’s DataTraveler Locker+ G3 offers Password protection, 256-bit AES encryption and requires a re-format on the drive after 10 failed password attempts. Need that crucial data safe but easily accessible …Read More »
Old D-Link routers come with backdoor?
It is the “embedded device hacking” blogg devttys0.com that has found out that a backdoor exists in some of the older D-Link routers which allows a user to access the router without any password challenge and also change device settings.Read More »