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Friday, February 04, 2011

Green Party announces opposition to UBB

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Green Party announces opposition to UBB


We here at jerryblogger.com are happy to hear that the Green Party of Canada came on board and has lent their support in urging the Minister of the Industry to reverse the CRTC’s decision, which allowed large Canadian ISPs to charge gross overage fees.
We appreciate their support, and are pleased to see the Green Party applauding Canadians who are getting involved in the issue and making their voice heard.
Emma Jane Hogbin, the Green Party Science and Technology critic noted "We should listen to the many Canadians that have used tools such as Openmedia.ca's "Stop the Meter" campaign to voice their concerns."
If you haven’t already, please sign the Stop The Meter petition within the next 24 hours, there are still many more obstacles Canadians face in dealing with this issue.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Hacking/hijacking anyone's F@ceb00k/Twitter/youtube/etc sessions on your network?

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Windows Users: Install Winpcap first!

When logging into a website you usually start by submitting your username and password. The server then checks to see if an account matching this information exists and if so, replies back to you with a 'cookie' which is used by your browser for all subsequent requests. It's extremely common for websites to protect your password by encrypting the initial login, but surprisingly uncommon for websites to encrypt everything else. This leaves the cookie (and the user) vulnerable. HTTP session hijacking (sometimes called 'sidejacking') is when an attacker gets a hold of a user's cookie, allowing them to do anything the user can do on a particular website. On an open wireless network, cookies are basically shouted through the air, making these attacks extremely easy. This is a widely known problem that has been talked about to death, yet very popular websites continue to fail at protecting their users. The only effective fix for this problem is full end-to-end encryption, known on the web as HTTPS or SSL. Facebook is constantly rolling out new 'privacy' features in an endless attempt to quell the screams of unhappy users, but what's the point when someone can just take over an account entirely? Twitter forced all third party developers to use OAuth then immediately released (and promoted) a new version of their insecure website. When it comes to user privacy, SSL is the elephant in the room. Today at Toorcon 12 I announced the release of Firesheep, a Firefox extension designed to demonstrate just how serious this problem is. After installing the extension you'll see a new sidebar. Connect to any busy open wifi network and click the big 'Start Capturing' button. Then wait.
Click to view large Download this gallery (ZIP, undefined KB) Download full size (47 KB) As soon as anyone on the network visits an insecure website known to Firesheep, their name and photo will be displayed: Click to view large Download this gallery (ZIP, undefined KB) Download full size (65 KB) Double-click on someone, and you're instantly logged in as them. Click to view large Download this gallery (ZIP, undefined KB) Download full size (110 KB) That's it. Firesheep is free, open source, and is available now for Mac OS X and Windows. Linux support is on the way. Websites have a responsibility to protect the people who depend on their services. They've been ignoring this responsibility for too long, and it's time for everyone to demand a more secure web. My hope is that Firesheep will help the users win.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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