Join us at DEFCON Toronto

For all of our friends in Toronto, please join us on July 25 at DEFCON Toronto where we’ll present the talk “Won’t Somebody Please Think of the Routers”. This talk will provide an overview of the current state of home networking security as well as some ideas that we believe will improve it. While not specifically […]

Join Us at the LayerOne Security Conference

Join us this weekend at LayerOne, Los Angeles’ premier information security conference, May 28-29, 2016. Sander Smith from Sericon Technology will share a talk entitled “Won’t Somebody Please Think of the Routers”. The talk is based on data that was gathered and lessons learned while building RouterCheck. We’ll discuss strategies for mitigating the “SOHO Router Problem” and look […]

It’s Time to Demand Accountability of Android Apps’ Permissions

Today is Safer Internet Day, so it’s a good time to think about how we can all be safer while online. When talking about online safety, we typically think of being more secure and having our privacy maintained and respected. We have always been concerned by the design of Android’s Permissions system and its limitations. Unfortunately, the original Permissions design […]

Getting Over the Password Hurdle

Getting Over the Password Hurdle

Most hacked routers are attacked because of bad passwords. To celebrate Safer Internet Day on February 9, we bring you this guest blog post from Sticky Password about managing your passwords.  Are passwords a hurdle to you when you’re online? Does your pulse go up at the very thought of having to create and remember another password, or […]

Kudos to Rogers! Well, almost…

Today I received a very interesting message from Rogers, our home Internet Service Provider that provided me with some amount of joy. For those who don’t know, Rogers is a large media conglomeration here in Canada that’s responsible for everything from providing wireless service to renaming SkyDome. The message I received from Rogers looked liked […]

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