admin

0 Comments
Researchers at Pen Test Partners revealed in a proof of concept (PoC) that they were able to exploit vulnerabilities in two high-end “smart” alarms. In their PoC, the pen testers debunked third-party car alarm vendors’ claim to be the solution to key relay attacks on keyless-entry cars. “We have shown that fitting these alarms can make
0 Comments
Beatrice Fihn Contributor “Atomic bombs are primarily a means for the ruthless annihilation of cities.” Those are the words of Leo Szilard, one of the scientists who pushed for the development of nuclear weapons. He wrote them as part of a petition signed by dozens of other scientists who had worked on the Manhattan Project
0 Comments
Y Combinator revealed yesterday that its president, Sam Altman, is stepping down from his role to become the accelerator program’s chairman. This change, said YC, will allow Altman to “spend more time focusing on OpenAI,” the San Francisco-based nonprofit that was cofounded by Altman and Elon Musk three years ago to get ahead of the
0 Comments
One answer: E-commerce, Chrome extensions, mobile apps, enterprise SaaS, SMB SaaS — in that order Julian Shapiro 8 hours Julian Shapiro Contributor Julian Shapiro is the founder of BellCurve.com, a growth marketing agency that trains you to become a marketing professional. He also writes at Julian.com. More posts by this contributor Founder Stories: Webflow’s Y
0 Comments
Cybersecurity researcher at Google’s Project Zero division has publicly disclosed details and proof-of-concept exploit of a high-severity security vulnerability in macOS operating system after Apple failed to release a patch within 90 days of being notified. Discovered by Project Zero researcher Jann Horn and demonstrated by Ian Beer, the vulnerability resides in the way macOS
0 Comments
It’s that time of year again – tax season! Whether you’ve already filed in the hopes of an early refund or have yet to start the process, one thing is for sure: cybercriminals will certainly use tax season as a means to get victims to give up their personal and financial information. This time of
0 Comments
SAN FRANCISCO — Nation-state threats are becoming so prevalent that incident response vendors are finding signs of actors from multiple countries lurking in the same victim’s network.   Three of the industry’s largest incident response vendors — IBM X-Force, FireEye and CrowdStrike — shared troubling developments about nation-state threats during a panel discussion at RSA
0 Comments
Speaking at RSA Conference 2019, Black Hills Information Security owner John Strand discussed threat hunting and how this can be done on a small budget. He admitted that identifying command and control (C&C) traffic is “very difficult” as we have got to the stage where malware can be stealthy and uses C&C to hide, and
0 Comments
Users should waste no time in updating to the browser’s latest version Google has revealed that the update for Google Chrome, rolled out late last week, addressed a security hole that attackers were already exploiting in the wild. “Google is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2019-5786 exists in the wild,” the company noted
0 Comments
You must update your Google Chrome immediately to the latest version of the web browsing application. Security researcher Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered and reported a high severity vulnerability in Chrome late last month that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code and take full control of the computers. The vulnerability,
0 Comments
Do you live in a “smart” home? If you look around and see interactive speakers, IP cameras, and other internet-connected devices like thermostats and appliances, you are now one of the millions of people who live with so-called “smart” devices. They bring convenience and comfort into our lives, but they also bring greater risks, by
0 Comments
Some tips that businesses can do to get better at it without breaking the bank Here at RSA Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) are squarely faced with the daunting task of securing the explosion of IoT devices, now ever-present in the business environment. In the past, IoT in a business setting could largely be ignored,
0 Comments
Homeland Security could do more to protect election infrastructure ahead, according to a new report by the department’s watchdog. The report from the inspector general, out Wednesday, said progress had been made but Homeland Security, the department charged with protecting elections and the back-end voting machine infrastructure, still “does not have dedicated staff” focused on