Archives for April, 2017
The CIA is planting web beacons inside Microsoft Word documents to track whistleblowers, journalists and informants, according to WikiLeaks.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap this year's SOURCE Boston Conference and discuss the week in news, including the long term implications of the NSA's DoublePulsar exploit, and the HipChat breach.
Verizon's Data Breach Investigations Report for 2017 shows big growth in the reported number of ransomware attacks and incidents involving cyberespionage.
A member of law enforcement acknowledged at SOURCE Boston that the lack of communication around ransomware remains a serious problem.
Starting with Chrome 62, Google will start marking any HTTP page where users may enter data, and any HTTP page visited in incognito mode
Source Boston keynoter Keren Elazari sounded a call to action for industry to extend an acceptance of hackers.
As Microsoft hardens its defenses with tools such as Control Flow Guard, researchers at Endgame are preparing for the reality of Counterfeit Object-Oriented Programming attacks to move from theoretical to real.
The Hack the Air Force bug bounty program invites white hats from inside and outside the U.S. to hack its websites.
At Source Boston, Josh Corman of the Atlantic Council said that healthcare is suffering from a lack of security talent, devices rife with vulnerabilities, and government incentivizing bad behavior.
A trove of consumer auto loan data—some 1 million records—has been locked down after a researcher found an exposed and accessible database online.