Google Security Researcher Finds Serious Vulnerability In Kaspersky's TLS Interception Tool

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targetdrone

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The problem these days is malware infected Ads. Use an ad-blocker and avoid any website that asks you to disable the ad-blocker because you might just get infected.
Happened last year when Forbes.com changed it's policies, people disabled their ab-blockers and they were infected from the Ads Forbes used.
 

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I personally dont trust any AV software anymore . I think that Governments are forcing them to include backdoors.

I miss the old times of clean internet.
 

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You mean the old times when everyone ended up with 15 browser toolbars on their 800x600 resolution screen ? I don't remember a time where the 'modern' Internet with a decent GUI was considered safe.
 

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The old days of Acoustic couplers and when 9600 baud was high speed awesomeness. :p
 

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I said "clean" not "safe" , you will never get a complete "safe" communication , but when Governments pushed for backdoors , they opened the worm can ...

Everything changed after 2001 ... when Governments started spying on you with a huge budget , and those backdoors were discovered by smart hackers , The internet lost its coolness .



 

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Didn't really need backdoors in 2001. you be surprised how much traffic even today runs across the wire in clear text.
 
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