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Security Challenges In RFID : It is Not as Difficult as You Think

RFID is a device which works basically on the electromagnetic waves. Its operating frequency varies from 135KHz - 5.8GHZ and these are closely coupled circuits.

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Dumpster Diving-Your Unused Modem Hardware can Leak Your Critical Data

We will all be familiar with the attack surfaces in web,mobile,network and cloud technologies but haven’t you heard about the hardware

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How your RF layer is exposed to serious cyberattacks?

RF remote controllers are used in most of the devices varying from remote control toy cars to heavy equipment’s used in mining operations and factory floor.

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Troubling Security issues in Controller Area Network

Controller Area Network (CAN) is the widely used In-vehicle networking. When seen from a normal point of view, CAN is really powerful in transmitting all the critical and non-critical

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Evolution of Ransomware and the trends in 2020

Nowadays the biggest danger that we come across and also something that we are about to face in future is The cyber threat the crime that happens via internet and technology.

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Growing Data Breaches And The Best Ways To Be Safe From Them

Data breaches – Unarguably, it’s a word that’s roaring predominantly and endlessly in each and every part of this digital world, without any precincts.

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Have You Known About Such Things In Connected Cars?

Connected cars is the next stage of automotive development fuelling to IoV (Internet of Vehicles). They’re equipped with internet access and WLAN (wireless local area network).

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Layer Wise Analysis of Security in IOT

In this digital era, IoT devices plays a predominant role of helping humans to communicate with surrounding devices.

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WPA3-Wi-Fi Protected Access

Every generation of our technology assures new security promises but parallelly generates the room for new problems. The present world allows users to connect to powerful mainframes, but unfortunately also allows intruders to discover ways to gain access towards user information, tamper the passwords, and in manipulating the access rights.