CallStranger needs patching
A severe vulnerability in a core protocol found in almost all internet of things (IoT) devices allows and attackers to hijack smart devices for DDoS attacks and bypass security to reach and conduct scans on a victim's internal network .
You can switch off aggregated data collection now
Xiaomi released software updates for its browser apps on Monday amid fresh accusations it's been collecting private data from people who use its phones and browser apps.
You can't save them
As predicted, the proprietary locking system Apple rolled out with its 2018 MacBook Pros is hurting independent repair stores, refurbishers, and electronics recyclers.
Most exploits are misconfigurations or poor administration
The rise in attacks on Linux in recent years is not due to its insecurity problems but more down to user error.
They can do it 80 percent of the time
If you are determined enough to make a fake fingerprint of a phone, you can unlock it 80 percent of the time, according to a new Talos security study.
An electronic padlock which unlocks with a fingerprint or an app connected by Bluetooth to your phone does not work, according to the FCC.
Probably not the best for your video communications
While many are switching to Zoom to solve their coronavirus lockdown communications problems, the video conferencing software has been dubbed a security nightmare by those in the know.
Time to get rid of humans for total security protection
Over 90 per cent of cyber data breaches were caused by user error last year, according to analysis of data from the UK’s Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) by the cyber security awareness and data analytics company, CybSafe.
Lets hackers in and makes them a cup of tea
Cisco is urging customers to update its Firepower Management Centre software "after users informed it of a critical bug that attackers could exploit over the internet".
We are living on the edge
Axis Communications Johan Paulsson, CTO has issued a list of his top five technology trends that will have an impact on the physical security industry next year.