Blog Posts Tagged with "QR-Code"

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Dangers of Scanning QR Codes: Interview with Eric Mikulas

June 25, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn

Consumers make the mistake of trusting unreadable QR codes (unreadable by humans) that could really take a person anywhere. With all the vulnerabilities that are discovered on a regular basis with smart phones, it is only a matter of time until we see an explosion in malware for mobile platforms...

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How QR Codes Can Deliver Malware

March 28, 2012 Added by:Robert Siciliano

QR code infections are relatively new. A QR scam works because, as with a shortened URL, the link destination is obscured by the link itself. Once scanned, a QR code may link to an malicious website or download an unwanted application or mobile virus...

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Th3J35t3r: Don’t Dox The Man, Dox The Actions

March 14, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

Jester may just be a person or a small group of people with an agenda that includes a media arm seeking attention from the populace, not motivated by altruism or patriotism. If indeed he/they think that they are doing something greater, then he/they are deluding themselves...

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The Jester Posts PGP Data File from Webkit Exploit Op

March 12, 2012 Added by:Headlines

The Jester posted a link to data exfiltrated during last week's Webkit exploit aimed at mobile device users who scanned the QR-code posted as an avatar on his Twitter account and then were cross-referenced with a database of targeted jihadi and Anonymous operatives...

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The Jester's QR-Code Pwns Targets with WebKit Exploit

March 09, 2012 Added by:Headlines

The operation was intended to snare unsuspecting targets previously aggregated in a database. Those who scanned the QR-Code were then cross-referenced with known targets, and those targets were subsequently pwned, having their address books, texts and emails exfiltrated...

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