Amazon’s decision to remove device encryption from its tablets has sparked a backlash with customers and raised concerns wtih privacy activists.
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Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap RSA 2016, the pervasiveness of the FBI vs. Apple debate, OpenSSL two years after Heartbleed, and why hacking back is always a bad idea.
A panel at RSA Conference on appropriate responses to state-sponsored espionage of intellectual property for economic gain served as a reminder of the dangers of hacking back.
The massive DROWN vulnerability resurrects fears over lingering export-grade cryptography
The latest Internet-wide crypto vulnerability has arrived in DROWN, which can be abused by attackers to carry out man-in-the-middle attacks and decrypt traffic.
Researchers say when it comes to car hacking, it’s going to take three years for automakers to catch up with the number of cyber threats targeting cars.
In a scathing report that looks at the current state of hospital security, researchers say everything from bedside patient monitoring systems, automated drug dispensing machines to patient records are inadequately protected.
Angler Exploit evaded detection through new technique that bypasses Firefox and Chrome security protection.
Researcher Troy Hunt explains how his hack of a Nissan Leaf works, and his experience disclosing the issue to the carmaker.
Boulder, Colorado is among the first cities in the U.S. advocating drone usage in semi-public spaces, but policy discussions are happening with little regard for security and privacy.