The steep rise in E-commerce and online transactions has made application security a major priority. SSL and TLS protocols were the benchmarks of online safety until recently. Everything changed when Random Storm, a British security company, exposed the Heartbleed bug. This major vulnerability has simply dented the once reliable OpenSSL technology. Hundreds of websites have been at risk
Yahoo’s in the news again with a new vulnerability (now fixed) and a starring role, unknown to them, in the Brit’s surveillance methods. With Sears possibly facing another breach and a cache of 360 million user credentials found for sale on the black market, there’s a lot to know about so take a few minutes
While hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate computers and networks, email accounts remain the preferred target for extracting sensitive data. The latest breach was found in the Yahoo email service, which was officially acknowledged and confirmed by the internet company on its Tumblr page.
DARPA funded hacking device ready for release The Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) has just finished funding a new device called The Power Pwn. The new device which is cunningly concealed as a regular power strip is anything but! The new device is actually a Hacking tool for launching remotely-activated WI-Fi, Bluetooth and Ethernet