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AMD to Roll out Patches for 13 Vulnerabilities Found in its Processors
March 22, 2018
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has released a statement following CTS Labs’ discovery of a set of vulnerabilities that affect some of its processors.
Connected Vehicle Security Vulnerabilities
March 21, 2018
In the history of mandatory regulation of computerized vehicles, an E-Letter entitled, “Black box is not safe at all,” was published.
Autonomous Vehicle Incident Stresses Security Issues With Connected Cars
For the first time, a pedestrian was killed in an incident associated with self-driving technology. The fatal occurrence happened in Tempe, Arizona, on March 18 at around 10 p.m.
The Paradox of Cyberthreats
March 20, 2018
The top security events of the past year make this apparent — and their repercussions make the implementation of smart protections all the more important.
Mozilla Master Password Feature Apparently Not as Secure as It Seems
March 19, 2018
According to Wladimir Palant, the encryption mechanism used in Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird’s “master password” feature can easily be subject to brute force attacks.
Mobile Adware RottenSys Can Infect Android Devices to Become Part of a Botnet
March 16, 2018
Security researchers came across an adware they named RottenSys that has reportedly affected nearly 5 million Android devices since 2016.
'Mosquito' Attack Shows How Malware Can Exfiltrate Data via PC Speakers
March 13, 2018
Researchers from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel demonstrated a proof-of-concept attack they named “Mosquito”.
Two-Factor Authentication: What is it and why do I need it to stay safe online?
We shop, bank, socialize, work and play online. But as our digital lives become increasingly important, they are also exposed to greater risks.
Study Finds Fake News Spreads Faster Than Real News on Twitter
March 12, 2018
In late April 2013, the Twitter account of the Associated Press (AP) surprised its millions of followers after it tweeted that an explosion at the White House injured President Barack Obama.
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