Tag: security

Android Cleanup NonRoot

If you use a Android Phone you should cleanup by Reset every 6 Month: Remove of Background Apps Remove blown up Updates Remove unused Apps Disable unused Apps preinstalled Raise Security Raise Privacy Reduce burned Bandwith from App Homecalls Use Siteload to reinstall LESS Apps Use Browser against Apps ! Reduce Backlinks of Apps to Cloud Remove Google Account Reset Advertisment-ID at Google Settings Reset Phone Settings, often useful! Disable Mobile Net+Wifi Access to unused preinstalled Apps! Control Homecalls by connect to a OpenWRT Router with iftop! Increase Battery runtime. Remove E-Mail, Social-Media Apps against Viruses over Chat and Mails […]

5G Mobile Network opens Pandora’s Box

5G will it make possible to attack mobile Devices and Cars 10 times faster Users will not recognize attacks or uploaded data the wider data bandwith will it make possible to attack much more efficient Remark: checkout if you really need this mobile network, cause slower is sometime safer against automated tools slower mobile network is cheaper disable mobile data if not neeeded to stay hidden and offline, calls option is still working

Goodby Smartphones

Today iam going offline with any of my Smarthones for Testing. Why? all current Smartphones based on nonfree Hard and Software less patched Hackers can remote force install Trojans as Updates (especially Stores by gov order) non rooted devices are black boxes rooted Images or Tools as Workarounds are often not published in which way the System OS is broken down, Hackers don’t work nonprofit ! Linux Laptops usage is often easier and much safer, you have full control and can run security tools to monitor Apps for free do always call home at background can’t control active background jobs […]

LEDE OPENWRT WIFI USB SETUP

Test Setup Futro S500 with USB Wifi Dongle Realtek RTL8192CU PCI Riser Card with Realtek Gigabit LEDE 17.XX Trunk Kernel 4.14 Download latest Version from openwrt.org select x86/64 extract the compressed image (*ext4*img.gz) and dump it with “dd” to CF-Card 1GB Sample for Clean Setup like TP-Link Router Firmware: You need to install this packages by “opkg update && opkg install package name && reboot”: base-files – 184-r6198-ba5f700 busybox – 1.27.2-3 dnsmasq – 2.79rc1-1 dropbear – 2017.75-5 e2fsprogs – 1.43.7-1 firewall – 2017-11-07-c4309372-2 fstools – 2018-02-11-3d239815-1 fwtool – 1 hostapd – 2017-08-24-c2d4f2eb-6 hostapd-common – 2017-08-24-c2d4f2eb-6 hostapd-utils – 2017-08-24-c2d4f2eb-6 iftop – […]

Nextcloud Owncloud Calling Home

I did a deeper firewall test on my fresh installed OpenWRT Router and activated a “Ads Blacklist” after this my owncloud Share Login loops! Result: Seems that some IP’s of the “Update Check Tool” Servers, which is installed inside the PHP-Kit is blacklisted. So it seems the Code calls home!  With this option its possible to count and collect IPs of Setups! Perhaps checkout unpatched Versions! I didn’t check deeper, but the behavior was clear without viewing the codes. After publish this Info via Twitter:   REMARKS: No Company / Developer works for “free” After Setup of PHP-Kits do a […]

Meltdown Spectre VM Hosting

Thru current IT News you may have heard about the major Security Problem of x86 Technology. If your Websites current hosted on VM at VM Providers, contact them to get current news about their bug handling of their VM Host Servers. If you get no details, then shutdown your sites temporarily, or look for a other solution which isn’t running on x86 Technology. Otherwise you can try to switch from php-kits to static HTML Websites. On the Net there are very helpful tools to do this easy. For WordPress is a WP to HTML Plugin available. This dumps your blog […]