Before we get too far into this, I want to be fully transparent and disclose up-front that this is weird and mostly irrelevant. Inexplicably, Vimeo user Marcello Gómez Maureira has created a video that shows a piece of meat power-right-swiping through Tinder. The title of the film? “Tender: It’s how people meat.” So, naturally, I love Marcello and this video. A few fun… Read More
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about the Logjam attack, the proposed Wassenaar export rules on exploits, and the letter to the president decrying crypto back doors.
Email security vendor Sendio has patched a pair of remotely exploitable security bypass vulnerabilities in its Sendio ESP, or Email Security Platform, product.
Web Security Dojo is a free open-source self-contained web hacking training environment for Web Application Security penetration testing. Tools + Targets = Dojo What? Various web application security testing tools and vulnerable web applications were added to a clean install of xubuntu 12.04. Build scripts are available in git at Sourceforge….
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For many years, eBay has been one of the bigger targets for phishers and many other kinds of attackers and they have been honing their tactics and improving them along the way. Much of their effectiveness depends on convincing users that they’re on the real eBay site and the site recently fixed a vulnerability that […]
Researchers from Cambridge University uncovered weaknesses in the Android Factory Reset feature that puts improperly sanitized data at risk.
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a scheme that protects stolen passwords from offline cracking.
Is that a message from some rando, a spammer, or the nice guy you met yesterday? Facebook Messenger wants to give you some clues before you consider responding. The app will now surface publicly shared biographical info like current city and job title at the top of message threads from people you haven’t chatted with before. The update starts rolling out today on iOS Android in U.S.,… Read More
The internet-cable-television provider Charter Communications recently fixed an issue with its website that was inadvertently leaking the information of tens of thousands of its customers.