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Los nuevos pasaportes británicos tras el ‘brexit’ se harán en Francia

En Diciembre del 2017, la primera ministra británica Theresa May ha anunciado que tras el ‘brexit’ el pasaporte británico, que calificó como un “símbolo de nuestra independencia y soberanía” dejaría de ser borgoña, el color recomendado por la Unión Europea, para recuperar el icónico azul que se usó en el país entre 1920 y 1988.

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Los nuevos pasaportes, sin embargo, serán hechos por la compañía franco-holandesa Gemalto, con sede en París, lo que ha provocado la indignación de muchos. El primero en quejarse ha sido Martin Sutherland, director de De La Rue, la empresa británica encargada de la producción de los pasaportes actuales, que ha perdido la contrata para los nuevos documentos.

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Hacking with mobile devices PART III

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Web Hacking

Although we cannot get more robust applications loaded onto the iPod touch, such as Core IMPACT or HP WebInspect, there are still some good applications available. For example Nikto open-source (GPL) Web server scanner version information; Nikto is a Perl application available for download at http://cirt .net/nikto2.
Ranked #12 of the top 100 network security tools by Insecure.org, Nikto will scan a server for configuration files, cgi applications, outdated version information, and a multitude of other bits of data that can be useful in a penetration test. Although most of the work done by Nikto focuses on information gathering, it does a pretty good job of identifying potential vulnerabilities when found.

Wireless Attacks

Unfortunately, the iPod touch’s wireless chip cannot be placed into promiscuous or monitor mode, meaning we cannot obtain wireless data necessary to conduct brute force attacks against wireless access points using encryption. There are other mobile devices that can be set for promiscuous or monitor mode, so if a brute force attack is an absolute necessity, there are options available. However, there is an application that can intercept traffic on a wireless network called “Pirni,” written by Axel Moller also available through Cydia.
The program is configured to intercept all traffic intended for the default router (192.168.1.1 in this particular network) through ARP spoofing. Based on the Berkley Packet Filter (BPF) values, the only traffic that will be collected is TCP segments leaving the network, destined for port 80. The BPF can be modified to capture whatever type of traffic we are after. The Regex Options are used to immediately capture interesting packets, such as usernames and passwords.
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Best Proxy iPhone Apps in 2014

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VPN Direct

VPN Direct is one of best proxy app for your iPhone. This app allows your accessibility to blocked or censored websites through a proxy server without establishing your iPhone WiFi settings. VPN direct iPhone app is developed in a way, that the ISP does not know which site you are accessing! Thus, you can quickly check out any website you want to visit.The best factor about this app is that, it is very simple to find this VPN app.

Price : Free

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Proxy Pal

Proxy Pal is one of the most well-known app for iPhone that is used to unblock many blocked websites. The Proxy Pal also provides up fresh proxy web servers. Using your iPhone and Proxy Pal you can quickly get fresh proxies from servers, skipping your local network you are using. You can also use these proxies on your PC or Mac to be able to get access to blocked sites. The best factor about this app is, it instantly contributes fresh proxy servers to your iPhone, whenever you start Proxy Pal the latest servers is involved in your record. For the function of this pretty app all you need is a Wi-Fi connection.
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