Last year it was the Apple iPhone 5s, this week it was the Samsung Galaxy S5. Both fooled by similar fingerprint reader hacks and leaving the biometric debate with another failure to chew on.
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An analysis of satellite communication gear from more than a half-dozen major manufacturers has uncovered critical vulnerabilities that could be exploited to disrupt military operations and ship and aircraft communications.
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The security community is actively discussing over this week the openssl vulnerability that allows attacker to exploit the Heartbeat TLS and receive 64KB in the RAM memory. The attack can be repeated continuously to get sensitive information from end users such as their passwords.
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BOSTON - Everybody from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to a unanimous crowd of security experts has been issuing increasingly insistent warnings that security is not being taken seriously in the explosive development of the Internet of Things (IoT).
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After a report on Friday alleged the National Security Agency had previous knowledge of the “Heartbleed” bug — an Internet hack that has potentially affected the majority of Web servers — the agency denied it knew about the vulnerability.
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If you are reading this, it will mean that you are interested in finding more knowledge about the ‘Armitage’ hacking tool that you can find on the Kali Linux distribution.
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“Surveillance is the business model of the Internet,” Schneier told attendees. “We build systems that spy on people in exchange for services.” Corporations call it marketing.
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