A Scientific Explanation for Ghosts?

Are you hearing weird sounds, briefly seeing ghostly images, feel a presence in the room with you, or an inexplicable and sudden sense of overwhelming fear?

Marriage: God’s Gift to Humanity

A couple is able to fully give love and devotion to each other, raise healthy children who are fully secure in having both a loving father and mother Marriage is an exclusive right given to human beings.

Maths is a Problem? The Solution for all types of Maths in a Second.

Maths becomes the hardest subject to many people, interestingly even some Maths Teachers troubles to get Answered, Now that problem is Solved. Now you can get your questions answered in seconds...

Can We Breath Other Gasses Mixed With Oxygen?

A s you may or may not know, oxygen is only second most abundant gas in what we call ‘air’. Nitrogen takes the top spot, accounting for ...

BOSTON BOMBING UPDATE: THE BACKPACK MYSTERY-CONSPIRACY!!!!

Someone framed them, I don't know who exactly did it. They cowards they shot the boy dead, there are cops like this. Those are my kids, you know, I am afraid for my other boy, may be he will be shot dead too. They should arrest him, may be bring him but alive, alive. Justice should decide who is right and who is guilty.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

This Dangerous SIM Card Hack Could Put Your Phone at Risk

Stack of SIM cards held in hand  Though we've known for a while that our phones could be hacked through one method or another, one thing we never suspected was that our SIM cards themselves could be turned against us. Recent research has found that your phone, among half a billion other devices around the world, could be susceptible to hackers – unless your carrier acts fast.
For three years, German cryptographer Karsten Nohl has discovered encryption and security flaws that could allow hackers to access your personal information and use your phone to commit fraud, according to Forbes. Nohl and his research team at Security Research Labs tested almost 1,000 SIM cards and found that just under 25% were able to hacked. Susceptible phones use Data Encryption Standards (DES), a system that was developed in the 1970s. Because encryption standards vary around the world, Nohl estimates that one-eighth of the world's SIM cards could be vulnerable to the hack.
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