35 Burst results for "Wifi"

Correa, Astros clinch AL West, open playoffs vs White Sox

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Correa, Astros clinch AL West, open playoffs vs White Sox

"Behind Carlos Correa's fourth inning three run home run Houston Astros clinched their fourth American League west title in five years after beating the Tampa Bay rays three to two Correa's Homer gives him a career high twenty five for the season and he says he plays for a special team we got a great ballclub they're gonna say have somebody you'll yeah we want to make a wifi straight ALCS for us we make it this year so hopefully we can do that and then with our series we really want that lets the colors junior earned his thirteenth win of the season by holding the race to just two runs over six innings and the bullpen trio of Ryne Stanek Kendall Graveman and Brian Presley kept the race off the board for the game's final three innings out of schooling Houston

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Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

The Vergecast

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

"Big surface event panos pumped mega pumped screens folding cameras. Improved walk straight yet. So there was eight devices into an update to the so basically the context of this is mike. Smith has a bunch of new surface devices for windows eleven so they will drop in on october fifth and they also have an android successor for the surfaced u as a substitute so got surfaced. Pyrite which. I think. I wrote before they still announced but this is the kind of one. We've been waiting for years. Kind of minas ov- redesign but some Screen changes and internal changes. Fundable this stuff. So that was kind of expected and then really minor change. The surface pro acts as a wifi modal. That was kind of like okay. Cool that's happening. Then the surface go free again. Might changes Prices up upgrades this stuff. So yeah k- cool. We kind of expected that. As well. And i guess the surprise Surprise we were expecting a new surface book. But it's the surface laptop studio so replace but team that sort of name and like the way they did it but basically it's a complete redesign at the surface book. So gone is the detachable display. Which i guess i didn't like pessina and a faint everyone Questioned is it full. I don't think the surfaced laptops g necessarily has a good answer to who is it for either but the the actual design is essentially if you remember the odor acer laptops with the the screen folds for almost pulls food or hatred. Folio they post on. It is kind of that design. So it's not really like the unique design that you would expect from the surface of us. That's kind of like myself really focused. Previous who has been very unique hinges and stuff is like a kind of unique hinge in that sense for the overall designers. Yeah it's like one of those crazy eight laptops that we saw many years ago just looks a lot better and more refined

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Smart Bathrooms: Are They a Smart Decision?

Double Tap Canada

02:15 min | Last month

Smart Bathrooms: Are They a Smart Decision?

"You told me the other day the your bathroom. You're what do you call the restroom. Cova i have no my bathroom. Nassar bathroom exists. Yes yes right well in your master bathroom yes you've made it super smalls from my understanding. I may have got a little bit farther than i should have. Legal march japanese toilet I do japanese. It's a it's a canadian made. It's called lovie The toilet as you approach it. The seat will open no way allies. Swear it has remote control as a built-in Function which you heat of the heat of the water that speeds up your little touchy Control the intensity of the headwaters so you get a good cleaning it goes battled for all the crevices and you can also control the The extension and the position. that's the For the meal cleaning. Then there's the female cleaning hop today it's Then there's A fan that pulls out the air so that when you're doing something a little bit more odorous gets rid of that for us. It doesn't really comes with. Does that airlock does it. Yeah it's eco-friendly. When you flush it it does it. Expose water in very nicely. Keeps very little water What else does it have. A heated seat so keeps you nice and toasty nice. Yeah that's nice always good. You can control the heat of the seat as well and of course the water and everything else And that's about all that's all the toilet does. Oh that sounds amazing. Thing hang on more. Did i mention the shower. That is controlled by voice so mohan Which is very famous. Zooming of you know taps a system. Could you by mowing the letter. You and it's a whole shower systems in my shower. All you have got the rain shower thing and the handled telephone handle type thing. And i've got a little keypad like little keypad on there. And that keypad connects via wifi network. And there's an alexa skill for that and I can literally say Start my shower. Preset to whatever i do and it will turn on the right thing. It'll get the temperature and it keeps it at the proper temperature of the entire

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:58 min | Last month

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:37 min | Last month

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

"When you're when you're surfing stuff that will end up cutting down on things like targeted advertising. You can really limit the information. That's being shared By the sites that you're visiting And you can also enhance it with add ons that you can find Although obviously anytime you're going to be adding anything to An existing program. It pays to do your research to make sure that it is a offered by a reputable and dependable app. Developer fire fox is an excellent choice and twofold. If you download something fire fox you also get a very fast browser. Because they have worked very hard to make that browser quick. So even if you don't care about the security and you just want to access your sights really fast you. She use fire fox. I got stuck on chrome because for a while. Chrome was super fast. And then it got super bloated. And also the more tabs. You have open chrome anyone has done. This with chrome knows that even though are all supposed to be distinct instances that don't bleed over and teach other There gets to be some memory issues. If you happen to be really a heavy user and everyone here. This company is a heavy user so Fire fox is definitely going to be my browser of choice. Moving forward after. I did this research i also. I should point out before i did this research. I did not know this. I was just a happy blythe naive chrome user handing handing over reams of personal data to google which i mean granted. I'm sure that comes board with me by now but still there's some value there And then that brings us to encryption and this encryption. It gets this sort of complicated like the handshake thing but encryption when boil it down is all about scrambling messages so that the only people who can access it are the ones who have the key to decode it right. So you have the key to encode and the key decode their various implementations of that technology different ways to have the public key in private key operations. I don't need to get into all of that because it gets way too. Technical obviously encrypted is better than unencrypted but not all encryption schemes are created equal and it pays to know which ones are in use. Yeah so yes that's very true. There's there's even like there's symmetrical keys and niece metrical keys. Show one be cribbed. Rsa there's all these different terminologies for encryption. But for what. It's worth all of them. Jumble up your information into some kind of format that will hopefully hopefully encrypted so that anybody who does gain access to the encrypted version of your information will not be able to reverse engineer it or change it back to its original plain text format so they can't read it. in lake. English speak right it will be meaningless garbage to them. Hopefully yeah in. It's ideal ideal implementation. So one of the things that you may have encountered. If you've ever set up any sort of wireless network. I think most people have or at least they've they've had to connect to one where they've seen the different types of Of network security protocols these are certifications that the wifi security alliance creates the earliest. One was the wired equivalent privacy protocol or w. e. p. That one is decrepit..

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:40 min | Last month

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

"I the product has been around for half a decade of this No actually it's been almost a decade. Wow i can't believe it's been so long but we've gone through various revisions of it and as security has gotten stronger. There's always been new. Vulnerabilities available in wireless network technology. So we've always been able to update the wifi pineapple to continue to educate people why it still a good idea to knock Connect to public wifi or open a hot spots and it's been a wonderful education toll since we can use it as this kind of man in the middle attack for for you know helping people understand. Yeah and i mean like the the thing that i see people sometimes and i know you've seen it sometimes protests like why are you making this thing and the argument i would make to them and i'm sure it's an argument that you guys have made numerous times as you know that people who have bad intentions are making stuff like this already. They're they're they're doing it all the time they're doing and they're not talking about it they're not upfront about it. Because they want to take advantage of it. The reason why you guys do it is to raise awareness to teach people how it works and presumably they can then take that knowledge and better protect whatever their future clients might be if they end up working as a white hat hacker and yes straight up. People have made their own wifi pineapples using you know different types of hardware in different kind of software that they've made their own but our our products are well. Five products are listed in nist. Which is the national institute of standards and technology's is as a wireless penetration testing device. So a lot of company see as a professional tool and they get their employees to purchase these items to use and make sure that their networks are protected. Because as much as you could use a wifi pineapple hack somebody. You can also use it to protect yourself. Because you're still doing the same kind of tracking on your known network. So if i had a wifi pineapple on a company's network that i'm legally have access to as since that's my profession for example hypothetically Then i could see what employees are doing on that network so if somebody's visiting facebook when they shouldn't be i could see that and i could tell him. Hey you need to cut that off or you're going to get written up or if there was an attacker trying to gain access to wireless network. I would be able to see those packets. Because they would not be what i normally see and i would be able to protect my network because i could blacklist them then so there's so many different ways that you can use these tools not just variously like you and mentioned but in these amazing ways that help protect so much more than just companies also the employees that are working there as well Yeah and and. I've always been the type to say if someone's outwardly talking about what their technology can do. Then those are the people you should trust. It's the ones who aren't talking that you have to worry about so it's the same thing for me. When people are talking about security vulnerabilities that they found in systems where they might come forward. And say yeah. I reported this like three months ago. The company still hasn't done anything about it. The only reason i'm coming forward is because that puts the pressure on the company to definitely make a change because that vulnerability exists whether they talk about it or not now. They have to do something because the public knows about it and they're absolutely i'm fully on board with that too. I mean i think that you always give the entity the chance to address it..

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:07 min | Last month

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

"Just a couple of days before we record this episode where they said yeah Even if you opted out of location tracking we actually know where you are partly because of the information people are voluntarily sharing like tag i if i a photo while i'm at a party and i tag the location and i tag people are in the photo. Well i'm voluntarily sharing a lot of information. Maybe those people haven't given me permission to do that. But i'm i'm sharing that information. So yeah of course. Facebook knows where. I am. When i when i'm there and who i'm with because i shared the information but they also admitted. Yeah we also use a lot of other methods where we can suss out where you were and who you were with. At what time that aren't as obvious and aren't examples of the user voluntarily handing over information so yes scary stuff One of the things. I wanted to mention is sort of the bird's eye view of the process of what it's like just connecting to wifi so we can kind of understand You know what's going on. Because i think a lot of people if they think that if they see for example. There's a a wifi hotspot. That requires a password. They immediately think that that is inherently more secure than a public wifi spot. The has no password which is not necessarily true So connecting to wifi is really you can think of it as a series of handshakes between whatever device you're using and the hot spot whether it's a router or something else and this series of handshakes is not meant to secure the data. It's not meant to encrypt a channel. Necessarily it's not meant to protect it. What's meant to do is to identify the device and the hot spot so that they know where the data needs to go right otherwise if if we all connected to a public wifi hotspot and there wasn't this handshake thing going on. It would be as if we were all listening to an open broadcast of everything all at once not just be meaningless garbage and we were just we were just get everyone's data simultaneously and we're like i don't even..

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:10 min | Last month

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

"Of how do we find any vulnerability so that they can be patched t even the black hat culture where people are exploiting this for their own gain. I wanted to see what you thought about the stats. So the first one was They asked a question to people in the united states in germany and in france and the question they asked was. Do you ever use unsecured public wifi networks in the united states forty nine percent so nearly half said you know if there's no other option sure i'll do it. Thirty two percent actually said. I prefer using public wifi to using my cellular plan Presumably because they would not be billed for data usage right because they're using wifi. Instead of their cell data only eighteen percent said they never did it one percent said they do it but only with a vpn but will cover vpn's a little bit later so shannon. You've you've talked to hackers. What do you think their reaction initially would be hearing that. Nearly fifty percent of people in the united states said yeah. You know if there's no other connection allah connect public wifi and another thirty two percent less. Oh heck yeah sign me up. I'm definitely in the one percent of only with a vpn in and that's assuming that i have absolutely no other options. So i'm kind of a mix of the forty nine percent and the one percent. But only only if i have a vpn. I would say from my experience. All of my friends would probably not be surprised by the thirty. Two percent that perfer public wifi over their cellular plants Specifically because of what you said they'll be able to save money especially if they don't have an unlimited plan through their mobile carrier so in that way it makes sense the forty nine percent that say yes that there's no other option. There's always another option. Come on folks. What are you doing where are you at. I mean we have such good cellular coverage. Now there's always another option even if you just have three g. like that's manageable for most tasks so what what are they doing. I'm just my draw. My job kind of dropped a little bit. When i heard that number. I just thought it was. I thought that i'm doing a much better job of educating people about the importance of not using public wifi. Apparently i'm not doing my job as well as i should have been or or the people who are already of hip to it. Are the ones watching you going here. She gets it she knows and the people who need to see it or like. What's on the mast singer today or whatever you know like so. Yeah i i look at this. And i think man if i were a black hat i would just be doing the mr burns. Excellent gesture over and over again. Just drooling at that opportunity because public wifi is definitely the the the most dangerous option you can pick when you're talking about protecting your own privacy and security especially if you're not doing something like using a vpn spoiler alert..

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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True or False: Debunking Money Myths

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:13 min | 2 months ago

True or False: Debunking Money Myths

"True or false lease like our. It's simple cheap. False car-leasing is one of the biggest scams in the finance world. Carleen plans were invented by the car companies. Why the heck do you think created them in the first place or funsies for charity. Now they did not. They did it to make money for them and not for you. And i'm not on their side. I'm on yours drawer false. You can negotiate your credit card rate true. I've done this a bunch of times. I've helped listeners negotiate with their own credit card companies. in fact everything is negotiable. So ask for what you want or you'll never get it the end drawer. False package deals always offer the best breaks false ish if you're moving into a new apartment and you think you'll be using cable wifi and a landline. Sure you'll save money on a package deal but are you actually using the lamb line or are you just paying for it because the website says it can save you big big bright all caps bubble letters and are you actually going to watch any of those premium channels. I wouldn't so if you're not planning to use all of the programs in the package no matter what it says in those all caps promotions. The cartman you is the way you wanna go true or false you can use your full spending limit on your credit card false. I know if you get approved for a five thousand dollar credit limit you think the limit is five thousand dollars but if you max out your credit card your score is going to take a major hit so your actual spending max should be between thirty and thirty five percent of what you're on. Paper spending limit is true or false. You will need to make a will no matter how much money you have true. There is a common misconception that you only need to write a will. If you're a mega rich bitch. Living in a mega mansion. That is not true. Even if you're not a rich bitch yet you probably have some assets and if you don't have a will the state will decide what happens to those assets and of the state you better than you know yourself probably not so get that will done because where there's will there's a way

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WhatsApp 'View Once' Brings Disappearing Photos and Videos

Techmeme Ride Home

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

WhatsApp 'View Once' Brings Disappearing Photos and Videos

"What's app is rolling out. A view once feature for photos and videos that can disappear from a what's up chat after the recipient opens said photo or video. Quoting the verge win sending a photo or video you can make it view once by tapping the one button to the left of the send button after the recipient opens it. It'll be deleted. The recipient will be able to see that. It's a disappearing photo so it's still the type of thing you only wanna use for people. You can trust not to take a screen shot. In june mark zuckerberg confirmed that the feature would becoming though details about when it would release. Were scarce according to wa beta info. The feature has been invaded for about a month as an example of how the feature could be used. Whatsapp uses the example of sending a photo of sensitive information like a wifi password. Of course there are perhaps other less wholesome uses for this kind of feature and

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Amazon’s Older Kindles Will Start to Lose Their Internet Access in December

Daily Tech News Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Amazon’s Older Kindles Will Start to Lose Their Internet Access in December

"Amazon's kindle readers come with built in data connection meaning. You can buy and download books wherever you are. But that only last as long as the system providing the connectivity does to g connections went away years ago and the bell is now being wrong for three g. Starting in december amazon kindles won't be able to connect by three g meaning. That older kindles without wi fi are left without a connection and three g only kindles will only have their wifi connections devices with wi files. Still be able to access the kindle store of course over wifi and kindles with four g. won't be affected at all amazon's offering some trade ins though if you're going to be in this boat you've got till december to figure it out the first and second gen kindles didn't even have wifi so they get the most generous options. I john owners can get a free kindle oasis first second. Dx and second gen kindle keyboard third gen owners so the first and second dax second gen and kindle keyboard third gen owners can get seventy five dollars off a paper white or oasis and twenty five dollars an e book credits and the rest of the affected batch have wi fi but amazon is still offering fifty dollars off a paper white or no acis in fifteen dollars an e book credits to those

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Old Amazon Kindle Devices Will Soon Lose 3G Access

Daily Tech News Show

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Old Amazon Kindle Devices Will Soon Lose 3G Access

"Amazon's kindle readers come with built in data connection meaning. You can buy and download books wherever you are. But that only last as long as the system providing the connectivity does to g connections went away years ago and the bell is now being wrong for three g. Starting in december amazon kindles won't be able to connect by three g meaning. That older kindles without wi fi are left without a connection and three g only kindles will only have their wifi connections devices with wi files. Still be able to access the kindle store of course over wifi and kindles with four g. won't be affected at all amazon's offering some trade ins though if you're going to be in this boat you've got till december to figure it out the first and second gen kindles didn't even have wifi so they get the most generous options. I john owners can get a free kindle oasis first second. Dx and second gen kindle keyboard third

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PRO TALK With Smart-Technology Experts Aaron Stallings and Mike Oh

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:23 min | 2 months ago

PRO TALK With Smart-Technology Experts Aaron Stallings and Mike Oh

"So i have to be honest. I had never heard that term home integrator until maybe a couple of months ago when podcast listener road in to describe the role for the rest of us who may be unfamiliar. Can you please tell us what you guys do. Michael do you wanna go first. Yeah absolutely happy to happy to jump in so a home technology integrator as it's developed over the years to be somebody that knew. Let's say hi fi in stereos but that's twenty years ago and fast forward 'til now and everything is technology in the home right. I mean and especially the last year with coverted. We've we've all lived at home and we've all experienced poor wifi. We've all experienced like outdoor you know people want to listen to audio outdoors and they may or may not have speakers lesions and so. Our job is to integrate all that technology technology into the home experience into the the the experience of living in that place. you know in his best As as we can you know as the client wants it and of course within budget and with all the other components and people that have to be involved in project we really just try to execute that vision and so what kind of things are people asking you to to integrate aaron. It's really runs. The gamut depending on the size of the home be the homeowners their comfort level oftentimes two different homeowners different users. That system have different needs and different. You know comfort level so for residential generally you can almost expect there's gonna be some element of lighting control. Perhaps even a little bit of lighting design as well lots of recommendations for -tective lighting fixtures and layouts. And what have you and anything audiovisual related on this. Every home has some type of at least a tv and these days with with You know people being so familiar with solutions like the sonos Which is know. Really the industry at this point streaming Is something that's just again. It's kind of hard for the course even on isn't particularly that interested in you know they'll have guessed or children of someone who who want that capability

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Sen. Marco Rubio Comments on Crisis in Cuba

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Sen. Marco Rubio Comments on Crisis in Cuba

"Me ask you a question. Do we even know what's going on in Cuba? Tonight? They've shut that country down, Haven't they? Yeah, they have restricted access to all of the social media site, so it's It's hard to get. Yeah, like If you're close to the U. S embassy or a foreign embassy, you might be able to get the free WiFi for a second and send stuff out. There's some intermittent opportunities, but it's become real hard to get anything out of there. So we don't have. It's really slow down. I mean, there's just no Clear sense of what even cell phone service. But we are getting a little information of the activists that the, uh secret police there are brutalizing activists that some activists are missing and so forth. They've really swung in the gear now, haven't they? Are there, specialist at all this this? This is what they do better than anybody in the world. You know, they go after people and They put you in jail and they beat you up and they torture you and threaten your family. And you know, they make life miserable. This is what they're

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Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site

"Here's your crews news briefs for saturday. July third twenty twenty one. Royal caribbean has offered up ship explorer of the seas to serve as a temporary residents for first responders in the surf side condo collapse which is just a few miles from miami beach in a facebook. Post the lines president. Michael bailey said that up to six hundred first responders. We'll stay on the ship for a few weeks. In addition to the cabin the ship lhasa provide hot meals laundry service and wifi to the search and rescue

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Qualcomm Dishes on the Future of Wireless Tech

The 3:59

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Qualcomm Dishes on the Future of Wireless Tech

"Senior director of engineering and you're one of the lead researchers five g. at qualcomm that's an impressive title. But what exactly do you do there at full com will we have a division called the wireless rnd and Here this division where we do the research at the forefront of five technology sixty and also wifi within the big department there is a research entities research group by open before h g start we start to rule them off on the mental ideas in within this group and then we prototype it the whatever ideal we have and the brain to some standardization organization night three. Gdp is the organization that defined the forty and new radio or five so for myself. I started feeding via research. Phuc assimilated nearing site and We have mojo projects and my products is more focused on the area. Surveys oracle design the coding way form the month access some of these fundamental techniques and also we have a big focus on the white areas coverage. So that means is you know what not focused. Hotspots marcellin some specific needs but the the foundation Technologies great. So i. I've i've been at qualcomm headquarters in san diego as seen that giant wall patents. So how many of those pants have your name on them. I really don't have it on top of my head but a few yes com. Has we have tons of patents. I think even for five g. half solids up patents and i do have a few of them quite a few.

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New iPhone Bug Breaks Your WiFi

Cyber Security Headlines

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

New iPhone Bug Breaks Your WiFi

"Iphone bug can permanently break wifi simply by connecting to a rogue hotspot researcher. Carl shoe discovered defendability ability when connecting to his own personal wifi whose idea included a percent sign as every second character on connecting his iphones wifi would then be disabled and only a full reset of its network. Settings would allow restoration shoe and other independent security researchers speculate that the floor could be caused by a parsing issue in the wifi settings in which apple ios misinterprets the letters following the percent sign as string format specifiers instead of considering it as part of the name of the specific hotspot. This kind of bug he says could have a severe impact in a real attack scenario. That sees a threat. Actors setting up an open rogue wifi hotspot in a crowded area such as a hotel or a

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Keen Research CEO Ognjen Todic on the Advantages of 'On-Device' ASR

VOICE Global 2021

03:05 min | 4 months ago

Keen Research CEO Ognjen Todic on the Advantages of 'On-Device' ASR

"To answer your question directly. Why device what. When does it make sense I think there's a lot of different reasons. Why on device makes a lot of sense. I think a number of use cases You know one is the speech. Data doesn't leave device so by design. The system is compliant by with different. Legacy legal frameworks for privacy. So think about copa like jog online. Privacy protection act. She went health industry. So you don't have to you know it. Just it's by design. It's it's compliant Rawson enterprise settings. There is a lot of security concerns so people companies don't like Any kind of data speed today. You're listening Having listening devices to third party. So that's that's a big problem. That i think is is sold by device processing The second one is it works off line. so you don't need internet connectivity. And that's kind of a no brainer when we talk about on device but but would we been seeing actually. It's not just a this works when there's no internet there's lots of situations where you might have internet but it's not reliable for example right so you might might be wifi in hostile or somewhere We've seen quite a few comments from our customers prospects. They say you know what we can connect. Sometimes it's really hard to actually figure out that sometimes it's gonna stop working so we want to run it on bites the thirties system architecture. It's much simpler. There's no dependency on the backhand there's dependency on internet connectivity. You don't have to think about scaling like imagine you have millions of users. Suddenly you need a back end. It's gonna address that and not just not just the recipe. That's also another thing. That's tricky with the usage. You might have a million users but they all connected the same time. That's the problem right for the back. End i so much. Simpler system. architecture responsiveness is also an interesting fact. There are no network. Delays could be very very responsive With on device it's easy to customize things also you know the whole thing about cloudy is sharing the resources in the cloud and once you start using a lot of customization options than you lose. The sharing part in some of that can be fixed a certain extent but but definitely with our approach. Our customer is using gain one way an customer be totally different way. it's customizable basically and the last factor which is predictable pricing so loud services typically charge by usage With us it's it's different and so There's no mismatch between the cost side and revenue side for customers. They know exactly how much they will be paying for a what they're getting.

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Malvertising's Impact on Marketers Revenue With CEO of Clean.io Matt Gillis

MarTech Podcast

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Malvertising's Impact on Marketers Revenue With CEO of Clean.io Matt Gillis

"Whenever i think of malvern is in or advertising abuse. I go back into thinking about what happened ebay. Which was things like. Cookie stuffing and basically cloning user experiences. That weren't happening to take credit for real legitimate marketing transactions. Help me understand what malveaux -tising is an who's really affected by it today. So melting is effectively a hybrid of the words militias in advertising. And you know there's a lot of really great folks that are spending money on digital media and digital advertising to reach real users and having gauging with users sell things and hopefully positive impact from a brand perspective and then there's also a whole bunch of folks who use digital advertising to have i would say shady engagements with end users. And that's what malveaux -tising is it's bad actors who are buying ads on websites and they're hoping to take over that user experience and drive that user somewhere where that user probably did not intend to go. You probably had it happen to you as well ben. We're you're scrolling on a website and then all the sudden it redirects you and says hey. Congratulations benue an amazon gift card. Click here and if you click the close button. It doesn't work. And if you click the back button it just refreshes the page at. You're on in these bad. Actors have figured out how to buy these little tiny ads on pages and most real advertisers would hope to have half a percent click through rate with their ads. Will these bad actors have figured out how to basically take a user through one hundred percent of the time that they want to to those pages so you talk about how affiliates may or may not play into this space basically what these guys do is they figured out how to make money from this when they drive you to that landing page usually. There's some bounty that. They're looking to get paid on whether that's a survey completion. Some things that we've seen are hey comcast user take this survey and you'll have a chance to win ex. Well what they've done. Is they very specifically targeted comcast wifi customers and they're driving those offers back and if they capture the person's email address and get them to complete the survey. They're going to get paid a bounty now. I'm sure comcast wouldn't want that survey completion to be the way that they get those survey completions but bad actors have figured out how to do that. And how to get those engagements

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Have an Echo Device? Amazon May Help Itself to Your Wi-Fi

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Have an Echo Device? Amazon May Help Itself to Your Wi-Fi

"Owners of an echo device be warned Amazon may help itself to your wifi you can do a lot with an Amazon smart device Alexa buy me a TV Amazon launched a program that forces users of many echo smart speakers and ring security cameras to automatically share a small portion of their home wireless band with with neighbors it can be turned off by the user it's called Amazon sidewalk the company says it's a way to make sure lights smart locks and other gadgets outside the house and out of reach of wifi keep working would you like to buy it there are questions about privacy and security one expert says hackers could potentially infiltrate home networks through sidewalk hi Matt Donahue

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Amazon Sidewalk Launching in the US

Voice in Canada

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Amazon Sidewalk Launching in the US

"Today. I wanna tell you about a new feature. And i'm going to be straight up front with you right now. This feature is not coming to canada. Initially it's being launched in the united states but it is quite a controversial feature for lexi and it is creating a lot of buzz around the internet. And so i do. I wanna just mention it to you. This is the feature or the the product or the service amazon sidewalk and the best way to describe. This is for those of you that have like a wifi mesh network at home where you have multiple Individual routers multiple devices around the home which basically crew blankets. Your home in a stronger wifi signal amazon is doing not to a greater degree with neighborhoods by using your actual devices as those devices that put out the signal. No it's not. It's not a wifi signal. It's a different type of signal but the idea. Is that if you have an echo device or you have a are ring camera or doorbell These devices can theoretically communicate with each other and blanket neighborhoods with a signal that then allows others in the area to us. Four things such as Beacons so i'll give you a use case because it'll probably make things a little more concrete. Let's say you have a pet and you choose to put this device on your pet. Nath your pet is walking around the neighborhood and these devices that use amazon sidewalk are active throughout the neighborhood. They have a wave communicating with that beacon. And telling you where it is. It's kind of like the apple app like find. Find my phone right where you can see where your phone is the differences with amazon sidewalk. It is using the technology to communicate with devices that are native to amazon now. There's a lot of controversy about this is a good thing. It's a bad thing. One of the things that has come up is that by default it is on so you do. Have the option trinidad off. It is not available in canada right now but it is such a hot topic that i wanted just mentioned it to

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What Is Amazon Sidewalk and How Do You Disable It?

Talking Tech

01:53 min | 4 months ago

What Is Amazon Sidewalk and How Do You Disable It?

"Rolling addict program aimed at helping you. Devices like echoes and rings work better but it could mean sure a slice of your internet connection yes indeed. It is a feature called amazon sidewalk and it's described by the company as a low bandwith shared network that they say will not only allow your device to work better but it also will help locate lost items so it kinda works. A little bit like the network. That apple uses for its air tax. Amazon said sidewalk will roll out to eligible echo devices on june eight. The way it works is users will share a small portion of their internet bandwidth which is then pulled together with others that are other neighbors That are nearby so say you have an amazon device like a ring camera. That's outside instead of just relying on your wifi. It'll lean on other internet connections nearby and the idea behind it so that it works more effectively. It will roll out automatically to several devices including newer versions of devices such as the ring. Floodlight cam echoes echo dot echo show and others as well as tile bluetooth trackers You can check out the full list. My story on tech dot usa today dot com to see if your device is among those now. I have some amazon devices. And i'm i wonder what if i don't want to do this as our way to disable sidewalk. If you want to opt out of this yeah there are a couple of ways you can do it. If you own a ring device you can opt out by visiting the control center in the ring app or the ring website. And you go to your settings and it'll take sidewalk and then you can disable it from there if you own eligible echo device. You can do the same thing. You'll go to the alexa app. You'll go to your settings. You should see something there for sidewalk and you can turn it off. Amazon is also saying that if you purchase an eligible echo device for the first time during the setup process. You'll have an option to say whether you want to keep sidewalk on disable it during that process. So there's a couple of different ways you can do it if you really wanted to stop completely now

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"wifi" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"wifi" Discussed on The big d zone

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"wifi" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"wifi" Discussed on Z104

"This poll question the funniest name Carl wifi networks that you have seen it or maybe it's when you came up with or maybe you just invented text into is it seven five seven one oh four when you're talking answers plus this any of those he finally heard from JZ about the whole not fifteen days during the national anthem situation and so and you only got one is you let the true and it's been in Daddy's money would is you should see the change the change you want to date.

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"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on TechStuff

"Sm band npr in at and t had developed a working predecessor to the what would essentially evolve into wifi in nineteen eighty eight and that was called wave land they submitted the design of this wireless protocol to the i e eight oh to land slash men standards committee land by the way stands for local area network and man for a municipality area network or municipal area network this led to the need to form a new working group within that committee the eight oh two committee to create a standard for wireless networking communication ncr chose hayes to head up a working group to that effect in nineteen ninety the working groups designation was eight oh two point eleven and their goal is to create a standard for wireless local area networks now a local area network is pretty self explanatory it's a network of computing devices that are locally connected to one another generally contain within a building or maybe a campus of buildings the devices can enter communicate with one another a land can be but doesn't have to be connected to wider it networks like the internet and the old days the only way you could set up a land was to actually have physical connections between all the different machines and some sort of hub but ncr wanted to do away with those physical connectors and create a standard that manufacturers could use to build in wireless communication capabilities directly into their products hayes had some radio communications background and had previous experience helping create communication standards but still wasn't sure he was the right man for the job as it turned out he absolutely was he gathered a group of experts together and they began to debate what needed to go into the standard and the first big argument was over two different modulation strategies frequency hopping or direct sequence both of those techniques.

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"wifi" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"If you go to a public wifi and the library or coffee shop or whatever it is it's not secure it's very easy for someone sitting in that area to to just at all the data flowing to inform you to voice mmhmm so you really the way to get round that to this great extent is either not to use public wi foreign use you know the data from you'll you'll sim cards or to use was called the vpns virtual private networks which is a program the effectively a sets up a tunnel imagine its two new data to you and from you flows down that tunnel so the others on that wifi network cannot see in they can see the teachers flooding but they consi w what's consent of that data otherwise you know you'll you'll you'll online banking you'll private messages is an open book on current too much about how best dumb but i can tell you it's very simple doesn't require loan firm now how and therefore you know people really need to think twice about using public wifi i should be used as a last resort my at an intensive manually deleting messages it's just this on my ipad deserve better than edit button i think of the top you press that and then you can go down and select wanted you want to the late and then he's patchy late is closely will care so if there's one or two message on their though all are all room unit offensive inappropriate than you can delete those if however the the devices come to you from somewhere else and you know he would be cut to see to generally to oskoui with point town to the original i knew that these message on then if they don't want them what the hell down.

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"wifi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Yeah yeah well i mean you can try range extenders if it what you'll have to do is put arrange extender right by where the irrigation control boxes and you what your next door to this guy oh yeah i mean my art control early early he's on the outside wall their business you understand the walls the problem in and where earned than you are having trouble reaching their to it right with your compute you using a phone were using too well i wanna connect with my uh smartphone yeah oh yeah on and you're and where are you are you next door uh physically or the clock that i know not where it said the app do you have two problems here one is that the irrigation timer has to see their fi but the others that you have to see their wifi because you gotta get on their network to control your gatien timer are you not having trouble getting on their network i'm having trouble getting under networks he here's the thing you ah and installed at clout now i understand i understand i just need a more detail when you open your phone do you see their network and you get plenty of bars in other words you could use their network to surf the net right correct okay so the issue is not you connecting to them the issue is merely their network reaching the irrigation control yeah so the best way to do this would be to get an extender a wired extender that would go outside and then be a be a wifi signal outside because the way i'm i'm guessing and i am sure i'm rightness that the wall as the issue because it's just a it's not distant.

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"wifi" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Oh my god is world the changes the war but it's actually it's it's a pretty successful company to be healthy and countries like that and have that kind of thing at wish it call them 'cause i've been thinking about our brand i think we need to make it better so now okay we should name it wifi they go why are the podcast is a wifi although not unheard of i mean japanese that that's like a very stereotypical japanese thing that lake men tend to work absurdly long i mean like very often they were they have a different apartment in the city they work just freeze the hours they work themselves to death often and so the fact that he would have been working at ten point five pm on not surprising has gone a holiday not surprising on all no no it's epochal and and he nothing that i have read indicates that he was so high powered examiner creative i get the feeling that he wished just another cog it into the middle man who worked all that i am not that is a typical thing rate is that like the the guys who are super super high up they don't seemed to where i mean just team in america rate like they don't seem to work not minds the guys who are kind of as a new middle they were they're the ones who work themselves staffing ruins he just go he's the figures the tiniest cogs in there in the corporation though because he wasn't he was at a beautiful is not a big wig but if you look at their house lived in a suburb south there i guess as true okay well forget it yeah he has been and is a way of the cloud yeah so it doesn't matter.

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"wifi" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Let's talk about that because you made a very good point to start when you talk about the traditional world of manufacturing it was built in those four walls everything was in close now you're extending it out but when you think about it even though manufacturing's changing the world to which we now think the internet is not it's still wasn't designed to be secure so the products you may have to start with a very secure environment how do you do that because you just talk about a year making those commercial and residential boilers they have to be the secure art of it because you have to think security from the moment you make that product because where you're putting it out there to the internet is not that that's absolutely correct and certainly challenging as you mentioned you know a lot of the the legacy type of equipment was never meant to be internet facing and and so it it was not designed with those thoughts of mine so we have to start at the the most basic level of of the embedded controller and the hardware and look at ways to do you know hardening around that um traditional things as you would imagine like changing default passwords and and limiting the kind of protocols uh that are enabled all of those are important but then we have to start thinking out and imagining the architecture of how this is going to operate not behind our four halls but within you know east west north south traffic if you will were living in people's homes were living in people's businesses perhaps writing on wifi networks um so we have to think about the strategy in terms of how would we patch how would we update firm where in these devices once they leave our control and they're no longer directly managed by us.

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"wifi" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"I am so there are a number of ways that this can happen one he can become incidents but also compete if you using public wifi in any of these locations that's very insecure misule using a technology coup v p n virtual private networks it's it's completely possible for someone sitting in that coffee shop wall railway station or wherever is your accessing the wifi to just a our named the program it does it but there's a very very very common programme available the doesn't require a you know a degree in rocket science to work and allows him to s to see all you'll packets of inflammation of all leaving and reaching you'll device in white as important is not just because of spam because he include some you know if you're not communicating with as we said before a she tps website than that me things like your credit card information on possibilites insightful could be flying through the air in in in plain sight so heights dehalvi cannot keno what i did he forgot to style very often die your species uscca onto the amount so something i i'm your pumpkin somewhere thing now why do i need to go from here have got one on that and bill i forget trigger at 'cause they sort of tend to find into virtual private networks on exciting young some some way you're not going to a coffee shop or something and pick up on a probably wifi of course after awhile you get either how they've using it i i mean to use um you know you go to terrorists that allows you you know enough data.

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"wifi" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"In are going to have a of malicious website were as or some other exploit i'm all for it you know in that's the promise i mean that's the promises and you will understand like hey should your nest thermostat really be talking to china horror and so that's the exciting part here again i would pay i honestly would pay just for the parental controls because my daughter's a little younger than your kids and you will a be curious to see a security research firm really take a look at this only because the promise is is pretty big men euro says that it's got built in protections as a database of threats and that database has protects against millions of malicious websites and that its updated every second so there's a lot of clouds stuff going on there and it sounds very promising but let's see it in practice exactly so that's the news there it's pretty big update very exciting will get the new routers here to test and we'll hear more about those win when the time comes so also in wifi news the wifi alliance is doing a home design certification and i i mean i think this is a great idea battles on who like how is that could work so kevin you wanna tell them what it is her well so this is really not poor say consumers's for homebuilders' certification project if you're going to build a house to integrate fi networks in the in the design of your home construction so they're gonna suggest where you put access points and so and so forth i'm wondering how many builders will use this what the costbenefit is to running you know either net and so and so forth had been granted expensive to run cabling so there's got to be a costsavings there i don't know because the so we built our house and twenty twelve in we ran cable in ethernet we ran ethernet to every room.

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"wifi" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Yay of it it's funny and are meant to be the security guard in the my my writing about network things would would actually get some traction but a lot of people of of then gone on and done similar things by sort of building these these mesh networks across the time with lots of access points and i got to be honest i had kanafani like gang into a house in installing these in wool access points and just getting wifi everywhere because he knows that particularly with kids themselves over the next decade they have so many connected things that want to talk to the internet priority i think it starts with being a little bit saying about what you actually connect to the internet you know toasters refrigerators to really need to be connected to the internet well you know i think this is a good good segue insecurity side because one of the things he should not connect to the internet is utility biz title is that now you're teddy bears will eventually disappoint you if you connect them to the internet okay what's the story so that was just earlier this year was it this was this was a couple of months ago so there is a perhaps was is of more up to now a toy could cloud pit and the idea is is that you insert inside this teddy bear cubs comes print sorted you would set a a bluetooth radio into the teddybear as well as the speaker in a microphone he basically turn the teddybear of violence of us night and then at and this is not like the has been these things before seeking spoil men and stuff like that but what this one was designed to do is you could.

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"wifi" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Should i said a lot of rules good listen ladies we not doing a you know not getting the pool just stand around look cute thing and snap pictures old you kinda wanna do i kinda one i'll kinda wanted to be no phone i got why kids medicated perma phone away no we can have a phone i'm talking about everybody else i think should be no phones i kinda wanna see how people interact with each other men i don't want it to be clicks here it in your everybody but they have conversation conversations no phones work there we go on i g live all day we're not gonna sit on snap all day we now going to do that and then you look stupid during a deportable body was never there what we just sit around in a variety and lower yea cloudy now that's what i'm saying and i was livestream back base here but that's what i'm saying it up like now it'll be like out of control the services city in his backyard in the really reach anywhere you go you're going to be looking six come with the oil you know he's odd you hillsdale house i i know i host come with spinal died ios hotspot that's what i'm saying they come with vice of i put my wife up i'll see her annexed gene how does that how much wifi you get unbelievable as forty i'm dead serious they go and how they all had spotlight on good only the password frankly is going to be entirely too many activities to partake in i think it's gonna be too many funny people too many great personalities denies his dj got you emma i would i would love to see you be glued to your phone while denies that means nothing to a girl a girl as there just to get a pictures off.

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"wifi" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"wifi" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"You'll is they were very very clear that you know this is just a portion of what we're gonna see we all think the rest of the stuff is all going to be user facing features but there's going to be new api in in the next of do there has to be or or just won't work but what we have now is i wanna start from the top and which one is the best and decide because other than the the new channels for notifications a lot of the stuff they told us about now as a user you're not gonna see it it's going to be there in and you probably will enjoy what it gives you like you know it will make apps be a little bit better behaved when you're not using them that's always great but you know you can't see it doing it you know it's not like a little icon on your screen of a task master making the apps do the right thing it it my my biggest coolest one is the the communications thing where they're gonna have basically ad hoc mode on wifi from phoned because not elected wifi direct that actually were i mean you know what i instantly thought multiplayer gaming that's you know little casual games that you could play head to head that's if your new you guys make one than anybody else make one so i can play with it because i've always wanted to.

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