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  1. An image of a case allegedly made for the HTC M8, and listed online, reveals a opening for a fingerprint scanner. The M8 is believed to be the code name for the upcoming successor to the HTC One Android flagship phone. While the HTC One does not employ a fingerprint sensor, the phablet-sized HTC One max does. Based on the leaked case, the fingerprint scanner will be on the back, above the camera, and users will have to swipe their finger across the glass on the back. That is similar to the scanner on the HTC One max, and quite different than the TouchID scanner used by Apple for the Apple iPhone 5s. The scanner on the iPhone is embedded in its home button and requires the user to keep his finger still for a brief period of time while the sensor reads the fingerprint. HTC One max users claim that having the fingerprint scanner on the back makes using it rather difficult. The latest rumored specs for the M8, which is expected to be named the HTC One+, includes a 5 inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution, and a quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU under the hood. We expect to see 2GB of RAM on board, 16GB of native storage inside and a microSD slot for those needing additional storage. A 2900mAh cell keeps the lights on. Android 4.4 is pre-installed out of the box. The HTC One+ is expected to be launched in March after being unveiled at next month's MWC in Barcelona. Source
  2. TDSSKillerPortable_x .x_English_o nline.paf.exe PortableApps.comFormatMakes application portableMakes application stealthDependencies: Administrative PrivilegesUNC: YesCompatible: WinAllCRC: 70AD6C73Size: 253 KB (259,642 bytes)Note: when an update is released, simply re-run installer to update. Why post an app. that's already posted by PortableApps.com? Because their version is faulty, leaves trash behind in the registry & file system.
  3. When it comes to Samsung’s fingerprint scanner technology embedded in the home button on the new Galaxy S5, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is that we have spent plenty of time testing it, and we’ve found that it works very well. The bad news, however, is that it has apparently already been hacked, leaving Galaxy S5 owners’ devices and their PayPal accounts at risk. As noted by German-language security blog H Security, SRLabs has posted video evidence that the fingerprint scanner on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 can easily be spoofed using a lifted print. In mere minutes, the group was able to create a “dummy finger” using an actual fingerprint to gain unauthorized access to the phone. Some might recall that Apple’s iPhone 5s fingerprint scanner was hacked using the same method. As SRLabs points out, however, the Galaxy S5′s fingerprint security implementation makes this hack far more dangerous. With Apple’s Touch ID system, users are required to input their password one time before using a fingerprint for authentication. The password must be used again once each time the device is rebooted. This extra step seems annoying, but it prevents the very spoof achieved by SRLabs. On Samsung’s Galaxy S5 however, no password is needed to access the device. Even after a reboot, a simple swipe of a finger will unlock the phone. And what could be much more alarming is the fact that, even after a reboot, users don’t need a password to access PayPal and make payments through the app if it has been configured for fingerprint authentication. A video showing exactly how the hack works is embedded below. UPDATE: A PayPal contacted BGR via email with the following statement: While we take the findings from Security Research Labs very seriously, we are still confident that fingerprint authentication offers an easier and more secure way to pay on mobile devices than passwords or credit cards. PayPal never stores or even has access to your actual fingerprint with authentication on the Galaxy S5. The scan unlocks a secure cryptographic key that serves as a password replacement for the phone. We can simply deactivate the key from a lost or stolen device, and you can create a new one. PayPal also uses sophisticated fraud and risk management tools to try to prevent fraud before it happens. However, in the rare instances that it does, you are covered by our purchase protection policy. Source
  4. Advanced Port Scanner is a freeware tool supposed to help users scan a configured port range on any Windows workstation. Realies on a multi-threaded engine The program impresses mostly thanks to its intuitive look and, although it's not quite the kind of app addressed to beginners, it still makes everything very easy to use. The main window prompts users to input the scan target, which can be either a single IP or an entire range. The same rule applies to ports as well, only that Advanced Port Scanner comes with a default port list that includes the common entries used by Windows. One of the good things about Advanced Port Scanner is that it relies on a multi-threaded engine, which means it can take full advantage of a powerful computer and complete the scanning process faster. View detailed scan information A configuration screen is also available, boasting some more advanced options, including the maximum threads and port scan timeout, as well as threads priority and a separate option for pinging computers before scanning. Each scanned machine is then displayed right in the main window in a dedicated panel, along with information regarding the scanned, opened and closed ports. As you can see, Advanced Port Scanner isn't such a difficult to use program, so beginners could give it a try as well. It also comprises a decent help manual with basic information on the available features. Homepage Installer Download Changelog PortableApps .paf
  5. LizardSystems Wi-Fi Scanner 4.7 build 187 Easy-to-use tool to scan for and analyze 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless networks Wi-Fi Scanner allows you to easily locate visible wireless networks and its corresponding information. The tool obtains the network name (SSID), signal strength (RSSI) and quality, MAC address (BSSID), channel, maximum and achievable data rate, security, and much more. Wi-Fi Scanner is useful for normal access point users who need to find out the signal strength distribution for their wireless network at home, or choose a position for their access point for optimal signal quality. Using Wi-Fi Scanner, you can evaluate the allocation of wireless networks by channel and select the least congested bandwidth for their access point, allowing them to increase their connection speed significantly. In addition, Wi-Fi Scanner is an indispensable tool for corporate network administrators in performing tasks such as configuration, planning and monitoring security parameters on business wireless networks. Key features: Simple, fast wireless network search Support for 802.11ac and 802.11a/b/g/n Support for 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands Support for 20, 40, 80, 160 and 80+80 MHz channel widths Display detailed information for wireless network: network name (SSID), signal level (RSSI), MAC address (BSSID), signal quality, channel, achievable and maximum data rate, encryption, channel utilization, clients etc. Show detailed description of information elements (IE) Detect security standards WEP, WPA or WPA2 for wireless networks Support for WPS 1.0 and WPS 2.0 Device name and model number discovery of access points Display changes in signal level over time in graphical form Display signal spectrum mask for each wireless network Customizable graph color for any wireless network Filter list of detected wireless networks by specified parameters (quality, network mode, security, etc.) Connect to detected networks Display Wi-Fi radio state (software, hardware) Display wireless connection parameters Display wireless connection statistics in the form of graphs and tables Manage wireless connection profiles Disconnect/connect wireless adapters Freeware (for personal use) or Payware (for business use) Home Page: https://lizardsystems.com/wi-fi-scanner/ Release history: https://lizardsystems.com/wi-fi-scanner/releases/ Download: https://lizardsystems.com/download/wifiscanner_setup.exe Medicine: For business license (thanks to DeLino): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/8420204/Business.rar.html Previous version: https://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/354077-lizardsystems-wi-fi-scanner-46-build-183/
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