Jammers can solve database defects

We should also mention the fact that BlackBerry users are not safe here. They say BlackBerry is the most reliable operating system, and all data stored in it is encrypted. This is not the case, Spiegel reported that the NSA can also access data stored on these devices, including text messages, emails, contact lists, etc. Now many countries use powerful jammers to protect some of the more important Data, such as some important customer information.

Please remember that any information you send over the Internet will always be there, without exception. We can’t believe the media giants that created the infrastructure that runs the Internet. They have proven that they are monitoring us. Remember, the spy scandal surrounding Huawei, one of the major network hardware providers. Perhaps the major hardware vendors will cooperate with law enforcement agencies such as NSA and intend to create backdoors in their portable jammer equipment. Smartphones and other modern wireless devices are the most dangerous here because they collect too much information in one place. It is very important to hide really sensitive information from this information, because third parties can easily obtain information from there.

In addition, IT security expert Ben Lincoln discovered that his Motorola Droid X2 smartphone shared his personal data with the company. This is not the first time that large companies have attempted to obtain user information without their direct permission. His smartphone tried to share the following data: email username and password and precise GPS coordinates. Ben Lincoln tells us that all of this data is transmitted over an unencrypted HTTP connection, which means that it doesn’t matter to the company if the data will be intercepted by someone during this process.

The situation with iOS is very similar. The Apple Store does have strict audit rules, and all applications must be tested and approved before entering the store. The easiest way for malware to enter an iPhone or iPad is through a third-party repository. Therefore, we can say that users install viruses themselves. However, even though the most dangerous vulnerabilities in iOS and Android are well known, jammer vulnerabilities in Windows Phone OS rarely appear in the press and on the Internet. But there is one. Microsoft Security Bulletin has discovered that Windows Phone has a vulnerability in the PEAP-MS-CHAPv2 (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol with Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Version 2) protocol, which is an authorization process in WPA2-based wireless networks Use.