Last year, the Washington Post published a story on airport luggage handling that contained unobscured images of the “backdoor” keys of the Transportation Safety Administration, along with many other security agencies
JP Morgan Chase, Credit Suisse, RBS, and Barclays among banks backing effort. The banks of the world are taking a page from cryptocurrency. Nine of the world’s biggest financial institutions have
In a Q&A session, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will offer more choices than merely “like.” He also discusses virtual reality, artificial intelligence and his feelings about becoming a dad.
This Sunday, Intel announced the creation of the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) to help automakers secure cars and drivers in the face of the rising threat of car hacking.
Halfway down the southbound four-lane highway from Cancun to the ancient ruins in Tulum, traffic inexplicably slowed to a halt. There was some sort of checkpoint ahead by the Mexican Federal
Answers on a postcard from Syria, please. GCHQ has declined to comment on a report in the Daily Telegraph this weekend, which claimed that UK cabinet ministers’ emails had been
Since Edward Snowden exposed the extent of online surveillance by the US government, there has been a surge of initiatives to protect users’ privacy. But it hasn’t taken long for one
Windows 10 is here. Well… it’s sort of been here for some time, but it’s fully rolled out now and soon we will begin to see enterprise adoption. I, like
Researchers have peeled back the layers on a new campaign that spans multiple years and involves a new variant of the ubiquitous Gh0st remote access tool (RAT). The campaign, now believed to
Programming errors make 15.26 million accounts orders of magnitude faster to crack. When the Ashley Madison hackers leaked close to 100 gigabytes worth of sensitive documents belonging to the online
The L8NT could help law enforcement track and find Wi-Fi enabled gadgets. On Tuesday, local media reported that David Schwindt, a 14-year veteran from Iowa City, has designed software which
Heimdal Security published an interesting post on the increase in malicious scripts that are being injected into legit websites in order to serve ransomware. Heimdal Security recently published an interesting
If you’ve ever needed to know how another piece of code works, or have been at the mercy of someone else’s bugs, you can always look at the source code…