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Did You Know?! Ghidra, The NSAs Open-sourced Decompiler Toolkit, Is Ancient Norse For No Backdoors, We Swear!
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Reverse-engineering suite now available to download... and maybe run in a VM, eh? RSA  The NSA has released its home-grown open-source reverse-engineering suite Ghidra that folks can use to poke around inside applications to hunt down...
Level Up Mac Security, And Say Game Over To Malware? System Alerts Plus Apple Game Engine Equals Infosec Toolkit
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Wise Wardle waves wand, whacks wily worms which work without Windows RSA  Infosec guru Patrick Wardle has found a novel way to attempt to detect and stop malware and vulnerability exploits on Macs – using Apples own game engine.…
How To Make People Sit Up And Use 2-factor Auth: Show Em A Vid Reusing A Toothbrush To Clean The Toilet, Then Tell Compare It To Password...
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Education, education, education is key to security RSA  Despite multi-factor authentication being on hand to protect online accounts and other logins from hijackings by miscreants for more than a decade now, people still arent using it....
NSA May Kill Off Mass Phone Spying Program Snowden Exposed, Says Congressional Staffer
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
But really its just the start of the latest surveillance chess game Special report  The NSA may kill off a controversial mass surveillance program of Americans that was exposed by Edward Snowden, according to a Congressional...
You. Shall. Not. Pass... Word: Soon, You May Be Logging Into Websites Using Your Phone, Face, Fingerprint Or Token
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Just dont lose your hardware keys RSA  At 2004s RSA Conference, then Microsoft chairman Bill Gates predicted the death of the password because passwords have problems and people are bad at managing them. And fifteen years on, as RSA USA...
FBI Boss: Never Mind Russia And Social Media, China Ransacks US Biz For Blueprints, Secrets At Surprisingly Huge Scale
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Espionage and criminal investigations ... almost all of which lead back to Beijing RSA  While Russian hackers, Kremlin-sponsored or otherwise, are mostly grabbing the headlines, China remains the biggest threat to America, FBI director...
Adi Shamir Visa Snub: US Govt Slammed After The S In RSA Blocked From His Own RSA Conf
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
If someone like me cant get in to give a keynote, perhaps its time we rethink where we organize our events RSA  Adi Shamir, the S in the renowned RSA encryption system, didnt take his usual place on the Cryptographers Panel at this years...
Huawei Opens Brussels Code-check Office: Hey! EUve Got Our Guide – love Huawei
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Here I stand, infosec in hand... Belgium, were here to stay Huawei stopped fighting metaphorical fires today to lift the curtain on its Brussels Cyber Security Transparency Centre in a move to position the Chinese company as a driving force...
Thats A Nice Ski Speaker Youve Got There. Shame If It Got Pwned
5th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
If you own Outdoor Techs CHIPS, theres a live vuln in your winter sports headset A set of smart speakers intended for ski helmets are a terrible data-leaking pit of badness, according to a Pen Test Partners researcher who innocently bought...
Bad News: Google Drops MacOS Zero-day After Apple Misses Bug Deadline. Good News: Its Fiddly To Exploit
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Step one: Run malware on your victims machine. Step two: Mount some storage... Google has publicly disclosed a zero-day flaw in Apples macOS after the Cupertino mobe-maker failed to fix the security shortcoming within the ad giants 90-day...
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