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cybersecurity

Internet of things

A huge new hacking threat was just discovered

April 14th, 2021

“You have the watches,” goes a famous quote with different variations throughout history but most recently attributed to a captured Taliban commander, “but we have the time.” That quote is a perfect summation of the asynchronous nature of guerilla warfare, but lately, it’s also seemed to me to be just as relevant to the modern …

Cybersecurity news

Please stop doing this when you create a new password

April 10th, 2021

One of the things that often goes hand-in-hand with the countless hacks and data leaks we’ve written about in the past, and which continues to dominate cybersecurity news headlines, is the frequency with which people keep making the same dumb password-related mistakes over and over again. One of the most egregious mistakes that people make …

Two factor authentication

Think 2FA SMS texts make your logins safe? Look how easy they are to hack

March 18th, 2021

Two-factor authentication was back in the news on Thursday, with Facebook announcing its support of physical security keys for 2FA on mobile devices via a company blog post. The post from Facebook offered a good reminder that, while 2FA is generally thought to make it harder for people to break into your accounts, it’s not …

Android Malware

An old piece of Android malware is back and more dangerous than before

July 3rd, 2020

An old piece of Android malware called FakeSpy has resurfaced and is now targeting users across the United States and Western Europe. The app is capable of stealing a user’s text messages, banking information, and app data. The malware spreads via a text message that seemingly comes from a local post office and instructs users …

Hacking threat

Watch these researchers show how easy it is to hack construction cranes

January 15th, 2019

It might sound like something out of a Hollywood blockbuster — hackers getting into position behind a control panel and taking over a construction site, using the equipment there to wreak large-scale havoc. Unfortunately, in a new paper published today by researchers Federico Maggi and Marco Balduzzi, it’s not as far-fetched as it sounds. Indeed, …