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Mr. Robot eps3.8_stage3.torrent – the security review


Three seasons into Mr. Robot, we can easily recognize callbacks to hacks we’ve seen in previous episodes and seasons. And by now, this show has also made it really clear that no tactic, no matter how seemingly ironclad, is a guarantee – when the stakes are high, every move means measuring risk and reward.

In this week’s episode, we also saw some hacks and security concepts that exemplify how sometimes the very unlikely is still possible, and how – even in hindsight and with entirely new information – you might make the same decision twice.


RFID skimming: reading your badge at a distance

RFID chips can be found in a number of very important things that many of us have, like passports, debit and credit cards, train tickets and office badges, so any threat that puts this data at risk gets a lot of attention.

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification, and it works wirelessly. The RFID reader emits a magnetic field that...(continued)

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