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Security researchers claim to have discovered an SNMP flaw that affects several models of Internet-connected devices. Presumably hackers could send random values in specific requests to the SNMP agent in various devices and the authentication mechanism would be bypassed.
A New York City based start-up company, Confide, offers a text messaging system “with encrypted messages that self-destruct.” You can download the app at getconfide.com
Confide lets its users “discuss sensitive topics, brainstorm ideas or give unfiltered opinions without fear of the Internet’s permanent, digital record and with no copies left behind.” “Messages disappear forever after they are read once, making them as private and secure as the spoken word.”
What a description! Everyone’s dream come true, right? Certainly a perfect app for individuals wanting to communicate about classified information, military plans, or other top secret information.