Over 100 FREE Online Calculators

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

NSA does head fake to trick Americans

N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers (This is an NSA headfake)

NSA has master key to unlock any cell phone,computer or any electronic device bubba.
This article is an NSA head fake to trick Americans
“Some of these capabilities have been around for a while, but the combination of learning how to penetrate systems to insert software and learning how to do that using radio frequencies has given the U.S. a window it’s never had before.”

(The NSA says some of their capabilities have been around for a while. This is true.

The NSA hasn't just found out how to bug your computer. The NSA is doing a head fake to make you think they have just descovered how to hack your computer at will. Your cell phone is a computer bubba! The NSA intercepts everything you say or do on your cell phone.

Most all computers have wifi abilities. Most computers use wifi. Wifi uses radio frequencies bubba. When you turn your computer on usually several wifi sources are available to connect to. Anyone of these sources could hack into your computer if your computer was not secure or in some cases even if your computer is "sucure".

The NSA can hack into ANY computer because they have the master key to crack the encryption of your "secure" computer.)
Story Reports
Disable SSID Broadcast on Wireless Access Points and Routers
Bradley Mitchell
When your router is on it automatically broadcasts their network name (SSID) into open air at regular intervals (every few seconds. This feature of Wi-Fi network protocols is intended to allow clients to dynamically discover and roam between WLANs.

However, this feature also makes it easier for hackers to break into your home network. Because SSIDs are not encrypted or otherwise scrambled, it becomes easy to grab one by snooping the WLAN looking for SSID broadcast messages coming from the router or AP. Knowing your SSID brings hackers one step closer to a successful intrusion.

In a home Wi-Fi network, roaming is largely unnecessary and the SSID broadcast feature serves no useful purpose. You should disable this feature to improve the security of your WLAN. Once your wireless clients are manually configured with the right SSID, they no longer require these broadcast messages.

Note that disabling SSID broadcast is just one of many techniques for tightening security on a Wi-Fi network. This technique is not 100% effective, as hackers can still detect the SSID by sniffing different messages in the Wi-Fi protocol. Still, using techniques like SSID broadcast disable makes it more likely that would-be intruders will bypass your home network seeking easier targets elsewhere.
How Secure Is a Wireless Computer Network?
Unfortunately, no computer network is truly secure. It's always theoretically possible for eavesdroppers to view or "snoop" the traffic on any network, and it's often possible to add or "inject" unwelcome traffic as well. However, some networks are built and managed much more securely than others. For both wired and wireless networks alike, the real question to answer becomes - is it secure enough?

No comments: