False sense of security strikes again

Year 2008, and still cheap encryption could bring a false sense of security.
./  has a story on cracking (not literally) and encrypted hard disk open.

http://www.heise-online.co.uk/security/Enclosed-but-not-encrypted–/features/110136

You may think you payed less and still got AES, and what you got was the old’and safe (pun intended) XOR.

It reminds me of  another XOR story so much, that I’m starting collecting it.
If you know more, please send them.

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Why I hate Wireless keyboards

Because I used to know that soon or later…

What’s the point of spending to secure your networks, if the bad guys can read what you type directly from your keyboard.
Definitely not a good idea.

Discovered by:

Dreamlabs