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Infosec Professionals Don't Trust Endpoint Security Infosec Professionals Don't Trust Endpoint Security

End users are the cybersecurity staff's worst nightmare.
21 June 2014

Google and Microsoft to Add Mobile Device Kill Switch Google and Microsoft to Add Mobile Device Kill Switch

Kill switch shown to be a significant deterrent to cell phone theft.
20 June 2014

Columbia Boffins Flag Major Key Flaw in Google Play Apps Columbia Boffins Flag Major Key Flaw in Google Play Apps

Researchers claim many developers are storing their authentication keys in the source code.
20 June 2014

Simplocker Variants Turn Up the Scareware With User Mug Shots Simplocker Variants Turn Up the Scareware With User Mug Shots

ESET discovers new versions of the ransomware that covertly snap porn-viewing victims.
20 June 2014

AT&T Mobile Warns About Data Breach AT&T Mobile Warns About Data Breach

Contractor employees were able to lift personal information on wireless customers
20 June 2014

Mobile Trojan Svpeng Implements Ransomware Mobile Trojan Svpeng Implements Ransomware

The Android-targeting banking bug is morphing rapidly.
13 June 2014

In Snowden’s Wake, Calls for Balkanized Internet Present more Harm than Good In Snowden’s Wake, Calls for Balkanized Internet Present more Harm than Good

Drew Amorosi recently caught up with Steve Durbin at Infosecurity Europe in London, where the ISF’s global VP took a skeptical view on political leaders who have called for regional control of the internet in the aftermath of NSA surveillance disclosures.
11 June 2014

Smart TVs Represent a Massive and Vulnerable Attack Surface Smart TVs Represent a Massive and Vulnerable Attack Surface

As connected TVs become mainstream, a flaw in the HbbTV standard threatens widespread chaos.
10 June 2014

Still (Heart)bleeding: New OpenSSL MiTM Vulnerability Surfaces Still (Heart)bleeding: New OpenSSL MiTM Vulnerability Surfaces

Like Heartbleed, new flaw worries researchers about open-source collaboration.
10 June 2014

‘Oleg Pliss’ Apple Hackers Could Be Behind Bars ‘Oleg Pliss’ Apple Hackers Could Be Behind Bars

Two Muscovites arrested by Russian authorities may be ‘Find My iPhone’ attackers
10 June 2014

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