Security breaches happen so often nowadays, you’re probably sick of hearing about them and all the ways you should beef up your accounts. Even if you think you’ve heard it all already, though, today’s password-cracking tools are more advanced and cut through the clever password tricks many of us use. Here’s what’s changed and what you should do about it.
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Tokenworks Product News – User Authentication Drivers License We like to highlight our members when we can and new product enhancements are now available from Tokenworks. Tokenworks provides a complete range of Age Verification, Data Entry & Form Fillers and Forensic Scanners. And complete developer tools. Editors Note: While with KIOSK Information Systems, I probably participated in the… Read More »
Writeup by Maras from point of view of software provider. Our take?
I think the Ping guy is being disingenuous when he says he wasn’t hacked. “Breaking into the desktop” is a hack in itself. Was there malware which modified some existing code?.. no. But that isn’t what people are supposed to guard against. He was hacked.
A little disappointing that his protection is predicated on his image build containing his tools. And he said he “checked every single unit” like he went pc by pc. No mention of overall remote management and control.
They never configured their Win10 correctly (and imaged it as such) and my guess is they are on consumer version.
Given all that the odds are very good that he’ll get “hacked” again sounds like to me…