Unless your next smart fridge is going to have a support lifecycle the length of Windows XP, it's going to be cracked in a couple of years.
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A report emerged on Friday that the popular mobile messaging app WhatsApp packs a backdoor allowing its operator (Facebook) to tap into users’ end-to-end encrypted conversations, but experts have refuted the claim as an exaggeration and F.U.D.
What should be put us on alert is that in a IoT world the dependency of our lifestyle and life from the devices will be so tight that security will assume a completely new meaning for the normal user.
Over the last 8 years i have been hacking; I hacked web applications, data servers, private computers, commodity software of all kinds, infrastructures, hardware and everything else that can come up on your mind.
Claims of a security hole in WhatsApp’s messenger app were shot down by WhatsApp, which called the allegations false.
Google has taken a big step toward simplifying public key lookups at Internet scale with the release to open source on Thursday of Key Transparency.
Microsoft has made some changes to its monthly patch rollups for Windows 7, 8.1, Windows Server 2008 and Server 2012, with more tweaks to come in February. Here's what's happening.
Advantech has patched a couple of serious vulnerabilities in WebAccess, a web-based software package for human-machine interfaces (HMI) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems.
A recently observed targeted distribution campaign that hit a major financial services provider was distributing an unknown keylogger disguised as a Silverlight update, Proofpoint researchers reveal.
Yeah, the bad guys are back. This time they're embedding entire scripts in URLs, stealing passwords, and using a bit of psychology to snag your secrets. You've been warned.
European security agency says more needs to be done to make autonomous cars secure.