Intercepting two-factor authentication (SMS)
I’m trying to learn more about “IT Security” and I’ve come across two-factor authentication. I understand two-factor authentication mechanisms use SMS to deliver single-use passphrase to the user. But how secure is it? Is it hard to intercept the SMS message containing the passphrase? Do mobile networks use encryptions on SMS?
| November 22, 2013 6:12 PM
Playing/Converting *.LVP on Mobile Devices (iPhone/iPad/Android)
Currently, with our PBX from Avaya, users receive via e-mail *.lvp attachments with voicemails that were left for them. This presents a problem on a mobile platform, since *.lvp is not widely supported. My question then becomes, is there an app out there that can play *.lvp files on a mobile device, or is there...
| September 4, 2013 1:27 PM
Is Samsung taking the smartphone mantle from Apple?
According to a recent study released by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), Samsung tops the charts in smartphone satisfaction. The Samsung Galaxy S III, along with the manufacturer’s Galaxy Note II phablet, beat Apple’s iPhone 5 in user satisfaction ratings.With the recent news that Samsung topped Apple in mobile profits in the 2nd Q of 2013,...
| August 21, 2013 4:34 PM