Pierluigi Paganini June 04, 2016
How to steal encryption keys from the air through a PC’s noises

A group of Israeli researchers demonstrated how to steal RSA encryption keys through a PC’s noises during cryptographic operations. If you think that air-gapped networks are totally secure you are wrong, in the past, many research teams have devised methods to steal data from computers disconnected from the Internet. They demonstrated that it is possible […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 20, 2015
Stealing crypto-keys from PCs using leaked radio emissions

A group of researchers demonstrated that encryption keys can accidentally leak from a PC via radio waves by using a cheap consumer-grade kit. In the past we have already spoken about the possibility to steal sensitive data from a computer by analyzing radio waves and electromagnetic emissions. The researchers Daniel Genkin, Lev Pachmanov, Itamar Pipman […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 11, 2014
AirChat project supported by Anonymous to secure communications

Entities claiming to be part of Anonymous collective are working to put together a secure communications project named Airchat based on ham-radio Fldigi modem controller. Entities claiming Anonymous affiliation are supporting the AirChat project, available for consultation on the Github, for the design of  a secure communication based on the open source ham-radio Fldigi modem controller. “We traded bandwidth for freedom, or […]