Kaspersky Lab researcher Sergey Lozhkin was able to turn a few simple hacks into extensive access inside a Moscow hospital network.
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Chris Rouland, an expert when it comes to the security of the internet of things, stressed the modern-day equivalent of the Melissa worm could be imminent.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week including internet-connected teddy bears, the latest on the Going Dark debate, and whether or not there’s a backdoor in Socat. They also preview next week’s Security Analyst Summit in Tenerife, Spain.
A National Security Council member promised Rep. Jim Langevin that a final U.S. rule on the Wassenaar Arrangement would not happen without another public comment period.
Netgear’s Network Management System suffers from two vulnerabilities, an arbitrary file upload and a path traversal, which could let a remote attacker execute code and download files.
Security vendor Comodo has been caught in an embarrassing gaffe. The Chromodo browser installed by default with Comodo Internet Security disables the same-origin policy.
Researchers are warning that visitors to eBay.com could be tricked into opening a page on the site that could expose them to phishing attacks and data theft.
Socat published a security advisory warning users that a hard-coded 1024 Diffie-Hellman prime number was not prime, and that an attacker could listen and recover secrets from a key exchange.
Researchers at Rapid7 disclosed details on patched vulnerabilities in the Web APIs of toys from Fisher-Price and hereO that exposed the personal data of children.
Google’s monthly Android Security Bulletin includes a patch for a critical flaw in the Broadcom Wi-Fi driver and another set of exploitable issues in Mediaserver.