- News tagged "security"
Thursday, 5 Nov 2015
Google's security audit recently identified 11 "high-impact security issues" with the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. After reporting these issues to Samsung, 8 of them were fixed while the remaining is scheduled to be patched this month.
Thursday, 15 Oct 2015
Researchers at the University of Cambridge conducted a study and found that the majority of Android devices are vulnerable to attacks by malicious apps over the last four years. Data collected from the Device Analyzer App also reveals which Android vendors fared better in this aspect. Hit the link to find out more!
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Intel has established the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) in an attempt to mitigate the cybersecurity risks of connected vehicles. Read on for more details about the ASRB!
Monday, 14 Sep 2015
This chip will self destruct in five seconds. Sounds like something out of Mission Impossible? Engineers at Xerox PARC have made it a reality.
Monday, 7 Sep 2015
Authorities in China have revealed that over 15,000 people have been arrested as part of the country's program to curb cybercrime.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
Qualcomm has announced Snapdragon Smart Protect, a malware behavior analysis feature that uses its Zeroth neural processing chip in conjunction with its upcoming Snapdragon 820 SoC to provide real-time protection against zero-day and transformed malware.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2015
Hackers leaked 10GB worth of personal particulars from Ashley Madison's database as the site failed to comply with hacker demands.
Thursday, 13 Aug 2015
Security researchers have demonstrated how it is possible to wirelessly hack vehicles via a common dongle provided by insurance companies.
Tuesday, 4 Aug 2015
Security researchers have demonstrated how Macs are vulnerable to firmware worms (just like PCs) by developing the first firmware worm that attacks Macs remotely
One of Wi-Fi Sense’s features is that it allows your contacts to connect to your Wi-Fi network without the need of a password. Some have wrongly viewed this as a security risk. Let us tell you why it isn’t.