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11.16.2017

 
Bruce Schneier on the Equifax Breach from Joel

 
IBM, Packet Clearing House and Global Cyber Alliance Collaborate to Protect Businesses and Consumers from Internet Threats



11.06.2017

 
OceanLotus Blossoms: Mass Digital Surveillance and Attacks Targeting ASEAN, Asian Nations, the Media, Human Rights Groups, and Civil Society



10.21.2017

 
$1000 in mobile ads is sufficient to track a person's location.



10.16.2017

 
Serious flaw in WPA2 protocol lets attackers intercept passwords and much more



9.19.2017

 
Details emerging on Apple's FaceID



9.16.2017

 
Failure to patch two-month-old bug led to massive Equifax breach



9.13.2017

 
Billions of devices imperiled by new clickless Bluetooth attack

 
Bypassing Self-Encrypting Drives (SED) in Enterprise Environments



9.07.2017

 
Chip Whisperer - NewAE Technology Inc. AES-256 Is Not Enough.™



9.05.2017

 
Georgia Tech Launches Facility for Remote Users to Control Robot Swarms



8.04.2017

 
He Won Praise for Halting a Global Cyberattack. Then He Was Arrested.



6.20.2017

 
The Stack Clash is a vulnerability in the memory management of several operating systems. It affects Linux, OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD and Solaris, on i386 and amd64. It can be exploited by attackers to corrupt memory and execute arbitrary code. From Alex.



5.28.2017

 
US-CERT urges fast patch to Samba vulnerability from Joshua



5.25.2017

 
James Forshaw - COM in Sixty Seconds! (well minutes more likely) @ Infiltrate 2017



3.29.2017

 
"Next Steps for U.S. Cyber Command after Split with NSA"



3.21.2017

 
Virtual machine escape fetches $105,000 at Pwn2Own hacking contest from Josh



3.15.2017

 
Moogfest is a thought-leading event into technology and futurism.



3.11.2017

 
The USG is a firewall for your USB ports. It connects between your computer and an untrusted USB device, isolating the badness with an internal hardware firewall. from Mr. T



3.08.2017

 
Wikileaks posts CIA Hacking Tools online



2.24.2017

 
At death’s door for years, widely used SHA1 function is now dead - The article is a little over the top because $110,000 is a lot to spend on one collision. However, if what one is after is worth millions, this is a small investment.



2.15.2017

 
Russian Mac malware steals passwords and iPhone backups from Brian



2.01.2017

 
Here are some reviews on ScanGuard does anyone have personal experience with it?
http://www.top10bestantivirus.com/reviews/scanguard



1.24.2017

 
Trump "solves" Cyber staffing shortage with Federal Hiring Freeze

 
Widely used WebEx plugin for Chrome will execute attack code—patch now!



1.16.2017

 
Trump's cyber-guru Giuliani runs ancient 'easily hackable website'



12.23.2016

 
Exploiting the DRAM rowhammer bug to gain kernel privileges



12.15.2016

 
This Netgear issue is so rudimentary to exploit that it really should make everyone question buying any of their products.



12.07.2016

 
Verizon Ends Data Center Auction With $3.6B Sale to Equinix from Justin. Verizon needs to sober up as they have auctioned off their data centers to help purchase AOL and Yahoo.



11.29.2016

 
FUZZING QT FOR FUN AND PROFIT from Tariq



11.04.2016

 
Google just disclosed a major Windows bug — and Microsoft isn’t happy from Robert



10.08.2016

 
AWS And VMware To Announce Surprise Partnership from Tarik



10.04.2016

 
1) Governments want that their citizens and businesses can participate the digital society in a secure fashion and in ways that respect privacy. 2) The same governments want to introduce backdoors to encryption and bulk access to the data. 3) Governments fail to see the irony. from Justin



10.01.2016

 
Big Data Fuels Intelligence-Driven Security from Tarik





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