Cybersecurity thinking: an argument for change
According to a leading security expert the cybersecurity industry has been fighting the wrong battle for 20 years and it’s time to change.
What if you could just walk up to an ATM machine and rob the bank right there? What if you also used two factor authentication to stop other robbers doing the same? That’s what Proofpoint researchers have discovered is happening with GreenDispenser ATM malware.
Researchers from the University of Illinois have published a paper entitled MoLe: Motion Leaks through Smartwatch Sensors, which, if you believed everything you read online, might lead you to think that your smartwatch is at risk to hackers.
The Android MMS message vulnerability reported to Google back in April, and made public in July, is still not fixed even if you have already patched it.
Could old hardware be weakening your security posture? New research regarding a design flaw in pre-Sandy Bridge Intel processor architecture provides plenty of food for secure thought.
The Hacking Team breach just keeps on giving, and now researchers have uncovered evidence of a fully weaponised Masque Attack infrastructure in the wild courtesy of the compromised documentation dump.
BIND 9 is the most widely used of the available name server software options, used to implement Domain Name System (DNS) protocols that make the Internet usable and the only sure-fire way to fix the exploit is with timely patching.