Firesheep for iphone
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This Firefox add-on will warn users if anyone is attempting to steal their social network login credentials. It’s critical to understand if the services you use are safe, and if you discover that they aren’t, always request encrypted connections. If you’re linked to an open public Wi-Fi network, Firesheep will work. If installed, a tab will appear that displays the data of users connected to the insecure network. You will find out the user name and password that they used when they accessed the social network by simply moving your mouse over the icon of each user and service. Firesheep will help you understand how risky it is to access those social media sites over unsecure connections.
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The extension is currently available for Windows and Mac, with a Linux port on the way. For the time being, the safest way for a user to avoid being abused is to avoid using these social networking sites on a public connection, or to use a protected proxy for these connections that will keep your data secured. Hopefully, there will be a fast rebuttal to these websites that allows for protection without the use of workarounds. For all of the negative publicity they’ve been getting, they’ve got every reason to.
Are there any tech or security aficionados among us? Someone porting this to an iPhone or Android app that could search and log open Wi-Fi points would be fantastic. We’ll assign the footwork to the professionals, but please let us know if someone manages to pull it off, okay?
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The first thing you’ll need is an SSH server. If you’re using OS X or Linux, this is built-in; if you’re using Windows, there are many OpenSSH servers (such as http://sshwindows.sourceforge.net/ ) to choose from.
After that, we’ll need to open a Terminal window. (In OS X, you can find “Terminal” in the Utilities folder in your “Applications” folder; in Windows, you should have a terminal program installed with your OpenSSH server; if not, you will need to use something like Putty to link to your SSH server.) Now go to “Settings,” then tap “Wi-Fi,” and turn it on if it isn’t already. Then press the blue arrow button to the right of the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and shift HTTP Proxy to “Auto.” A “URL” bar will appear; tap on it and type in the address of the pac file you created and uploaded earlier (e.g. http://www.website.com/thisismypacfile.pac).