There were open wifi access points all over the pits. From Direct TV to access points used by reporters, it was ripe for credential theft not to mention people still using unencrypted pop3. Below are some screen shots from my iPhone running stumbler. These were collected just walking up and down the track. Sometimes people need to remember that although people who do security for a living know about these types of problems, the general public doesn't.
We should have a hamster and ferret package for the iPhone available soon.
These days most companies who provide web services struggle to provide excellent Client Security to the customers. Though you rarely hear of actual problems it’s always an uphill battle for those working in IT. Even those companies running excellent endpoint security solutions and employing only the most knowledgeable IT pro’s are going to find themselves constantly fighting against threats.
No one wants their clients information stolen or their Network Security compromised in any fashion. We recently deployed a new IIS firewall within our network which has vastly improved the networks performance because it’s intrusion prevention tools have kept the majority of risks off the network leaving us more time to develop new software and patches.
"hamster and ferret package for the iPhone" Now, that would be truly amazing... not to call it headlines in the making.
as soon as its out i'm buying an iphone .. that's all the incentive i needed to get on the bandwagon :)
So, how is the "hamster and ferret package for the iPhone" project going?
Really looking forward to it!
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