We all use wireless networks, and most Internet users have their own Wi-Fi router at home. This is especially useful if you have some portable jammer that require an internet connection. However, the main problem with these issues is that the user does not really consider the security of his wireless network at home after setting a password. We've seen this in a perfect jammer. Setting a password is just the first step. You need to do more to secure your Wi-Fi network.
The new version of the Apple operating system has many new features, one of which is iBeacon, which we'll discuss today. There is a lot of information about this feature on the internet. They say this will change the market for mobile payments and indoor navigation and become the killer of NFC. Let's see how to solve it. Therefore, the iBeacon is a beacon that uses Bluetooth technology to broadcast three parameters: proximity UUID, primary and secondary parameters. There's nothing special about it, but iOS 7 makes it very easy to use. The first parameter close to the UUID is a unique 128-bit identifier, and all beacons in the facility have a similar pUUID. The primary and secondary parameters are the 16-bit characters used to mark the beacon with the pUUID. Apple recommends, but of course, you are free to use these parameters. It's easier to follow the recommendations.
Today, buykamera wants to emphasize the privacy protection of American drivers. We believe that the recent activities of our government seem very suspicious and should be discussed. You may have heard the idea of equipping all cars with electronic license plates that can be set and controlled remotely. Governor of California, Jerry Brown, is preparing to sign a law approved by the State Senate that aims to equip all California vehicles with electronic license plates. Technically, this upgrade is not difficult. Because the electronic board is a simple display that can be attached to the front bumper of the car and his bumper at the rear. However, this solution can offer a wide range of opportunities, such as displaying service data (such as numbers) and "hijacked" status, as well as displaying advertisements and similar content. The displayed information is remotely controlled and downloaded by relevant departments via his GPRS channel using GSM frequencies.
There is no sign that the NSA scandal will disappear as various social media are increasingly paying attention to the illegal activities of the organization. Everyone knows that the National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting personal information from American citizens and trying to tell us that this is a fight against terrorists. Now, these people are targeting the most vulnerable modern devices: our smartphones. We always tell our readers that smartphones are dangerous. These have reached the top of the most dangerous mobile devices released recently. Therefore, Der Spiegel states that the National Security Agency can obtain any information that can be stored remotely on your smartphone. They also told reporters that they saw a paper proving their claim. Adding a GPS jammer would make the information more secure.