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QR Security threat

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 5:22 pm

Cees10-21-2011 10:38 AM




QR Security threat
 
This may be of interest to all QR disciples http://mashable.com/2011/10/20/qr-code-security-threat/

telrific10-21-2011 11:38 AM




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Originally Posted by Cees (Post 18640)
This may be of interest to all QR disciples http://mashable.com/2011/10/20/qr-code-security-threat/


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Great article ! Good to know !

Guess we'll just have manually type in our 2 character .TEL domain names to be safe and fast !

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Blunderer10-21-2011 11:56 AM




Very interesting. Thank you. That's them, and similar, dead in the water.

On the same page - even more interesting: http://mashable.com/2011/10/20/adjitsu-cooliris/

Presumably this type of system could be used to present 3D views of houses, clothes, components, workshop manuals (www fordmustangGT-1972.tel ?)

Any scope for an early joint venture Adjitsu ads/.tel platform?

Will we ever be able to paste codes for such ads through the CTH?

P.S. By way of speculation, I'm just slipping out to register assembeflatpackfurniture.tel

dottel.net10-21-2011 12:05 PM




don't think qr is dead in the water. if anything it's exposure currently far outweighs .tel
its everywhere I look in the UK and US. Also at the crux it's no different to navigating to a rouge website by typing the address into your browser.

Blunderer10-21-2011 12:51 PM




But will those people in Russia have confidence in using QR codes in future? You could type BloggsBrothers.tel, LondonHilton.com, etc. into your handset and bookmark it just as quickly, with a more confident and verifiable expectation of the outcome. Hitherto, QR codes have implied security and reliability.

dottel.net10-21-2011 12:54 PM




can imagine an easy solution ala the twitter short urls is to show what the qrcode code resolves to before redirecting, etc

Simon G10-21-2011 06:02 PM




What they could have is a verification/shortner link to "ahem" a subdomain on QR.tel which would in turn link to the verified campaign page.

Cees10-21-2011 08:38 PM




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Originally Posted by dottel.net (Post 18649)
can imagine an easy solution ala the twitter short urls is to show what the qrcode code resolves to before redirecting, etc


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But will the average punter know to do this.
BTW Here in Oz, their not pervasive yet but QR's are becoming more popular.[/size]

Cees10-21-2011 08:40 PM




Quote:



Originally Posted by Blunderer (Post 18643)
Very interesting. Thank you. That's them, and similar, dead in the water.

On the same page - even more interesting: http://mashable.com/2011/10/20/adjitsu-cooliris/

Presumably this type of system could be used to present 3D views of houses, clothes, components, workshop manuals (www fordmustangGT-1972.tel ?)

Any scope for an early joint venture Adjitsu ads/.tel platform?

Will we ever be able to paste codes for such ads through the CTH?

P.S. By way of speculation, I'm just slipping out to register assembeflatpackfurniture.tel



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Thx for the link, one to watch if you'll pardon the pun.[/size]

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