Incident response is like tracking down a perpetrator

Incident response is like investigating a real burglary. You look for evidence of the intruder at the crime scene, find his targets and his getaway car, and repair any holes. Discover any cuts...

Facebook loses control of 50 million users’ data, suspends analytics firm – Naked Security

Lisa Vaas Lisa has been writing about technology, careers, science and health since 1995. She rose to the lofty heights of Executive Editor for eWEEK, popped out with the 2008 crash...

Tracking Firm LocationSmart Leaked Location Data for Customers of All Major U.S. Mobile Carriers...

LocationSmart, a U.S. based company that acts as an aggregator of real-time data about the precise location of mobile phone devices, has been leaking this information to anyone via a buggy...

Misinterpretation of Intel docs is the root cause for the CVE-2018-8897 flaw in Hypervisors...

Developers of major operating systems and hypervisors misread documentation from Intel and introduced a the CVE-2018-8897 vulnerability into to their products. The development communities of major...

Home-Brew Ruby Laser Packs A Wallop

In the past half-century, lasers have gone from expensive physics experiments using rods of ruby to cheap cutting or engraving tools, and toys used...

Are You a Regulation Rebel or a Regulation Realist?

The adage that rules were made to be broken could be a catch phrase for today’s cybercriminals, but the security professionals working to stop them don’t have the option to do whatever they...

Cryptanalyse Your Air Con | Hackaday

Infrared remote controls are simple and ubiquitous. Emulating them with the aid of a microcontroller is a common project that hackers use to...

Satori variant hacks into mining rigs, steals ETH by replacing wallet address

Qihoo 360 Netlab researchers warn about a new variant of the Satori malware that apparently goes after ether (ETH) mining rigs. The malware The malware, dubbed Satori.Coin.Robber, started to reestablish the...

WannaCry One Year Later: Looking Back at a Milestone

Has it been a year? It seems longer. When the WannaCry ransomware attack hit tens of thousands of individuals and business around the world on May 12, 2017, it wasn’t the first time we...

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