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.
"I am co-author on a paper discussing whether elections be classified as "critical infrastructure" in the US, based on experiences in other countries: Abstract: With the Russian government hack of the Democratic National Convention email servers, and further leaks expected over the coming months that could influence an election, t
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.