Wireless Hacking at 30,000 Feet
To a typical traveler, the biggest security threat is thought to be somebody reading data off their computer screen. What they don’t realize is that a savvy wireless hacker can exploit their systems without their knowledge–from several rows away. Article by Dan Hoffman, of ‘Essential Free Wireless Hacking Tools’ fame.
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