Tag: security

  • Thinking about Raspberry Pi security monitor https www…

    Thinking about Raspberry Pi security monitor https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/raspberry-pi-security-camera-motion-sensor Connect and control Raspberry Pi motion detector PIR https://forum.arduino.cc/t/help-me-to-understand-the-two-potmeters-on-my-pir-sensor/372895 https://phoenixnap.com/kb/enable-ssh-raspberry-pi https://www.raspberrypi.com/documentation/accessories/camera.html need to add dtoverlay=imx219 in /boot/config.txt for pi camera module 2 Enable Glamor for RPi 3? https://www.raspberrypi.com/documentation/accessories/camera.html#getting-started

  • How safe is an MD5 hash of a plain password?

    First of all, I hope that you’ve moved beyond MD5 hashes and hashing passwords by themselves, adding salts, etc., but I do recall systems in which an MD5 hash of a password by itself was “good enough”. You can look up some md5 hashes on this md5 cracker page. I found many two word combinations […]

  • Some thoughts on the ‘vulnerability’ of the 3G S $AAPL

    Hacker Says iPhone 3GS Encryption Is ‘Useless’ for Businesses | Gadget Lab | Wired.com. Some counterpoints: The iPhone 3G S has to be in the physical possession of the hacker (instead of an over-the-air attack). The iPhone can be wiped remotely (however, MobileMe, push, and Find My iPhone must be turned on, and must be […]