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War Kitteh hunts out your unsecured Wi-Fi

Coco the wardriving cat reminds you to secure your Wi-Fi

Coco the cat was outfitted with Wi-Fi sniffing equipment in his collar, enabling him to map out 23 unique Wi-Fi hotspots, 4 of which used feeble WEP encryption, 4 of which were wide open, requiring no password. He also caught a mouse, showing him to be adroit in both analog and digital media.

Warbiking in London - insecure WiFi hotspots exposed [VIDEO]

Warbiking in London - insecure WiFi hotspots exposed [VIDEO]

WiFi security around London is leaving a lot to be desired.

Learn more in our video, and how you can protect yourself better.

Cybercrime trio sentenced for $3m hacking spree via WiFi and malware

Cybercrime trio sentenced for $3m hacking spree via WiFi and malware

A Seattle hacking triumvirate has received a collective quarter-century behind bars.

With a combination of wardriving and malware implantation, they made off with $3m plundered from company accounts - including straight from the payroll.

Queensland: sun, sand, surf - and security

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You're probably expecting me to comment on the iPhone virus sneaking through Australia at the moment, but not everyone is head-over-heels in love with reading about iPhones, so that can wait. Right now I want to report on my latest Read more…