Tesla Motors has started a bug bounty program that will pay researchers up to $1,000 for disclosing vulnerabilities.
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It may be time to upgrade your garage door opener. Security researcher Samy Kamkar has developed a new technique that enables him to open almost any garage door that uses a fixed code–and he implemented it on a $12 child’s toy.
A zero-day vulnerability has been disclosed in the popular Unity Web Player browser plugin. The flaw allows an attacker crossdomain access to websites and services using the victim’s credentials.
Researchers who discovered a half-dozen vulnerabilities in the free Hola VPN said today that fixes rolled out by Hola do not address the security issues they identified.
Influential security researchers have begun publishing their comments, objections and concerns regarding the proposed U.S. export control rules under the Wassenaar Arrangement.
Users of the Internal Revenue Service’s Get Transcript service are at risk for identity theft after hackers accessed tax records belonging to more than 100,000.
Researchers from Core Security were able to exploit a security vulnerability in Windows’ group policy — MS15-011 — that was patched by Microsoft in February.
The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security today made public its proposal to implement the controversial Wassenaar Arrangement.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis confirmed this week that it fell victim to a DNS hijack last month that may have redirected users to bogus webpages and exposed customers to phishing, malware and other attacks.
Researchers from ZScaler have uncovered a new scheme where criminals are using malversting to redirect to pages hosting the Magnitude exploit kit and the CryptoWall ransomware.