A critical vulnerability in version 1.3 of the RealTek software development kit (SDK) has opened hole in D-Link and Trendnet Wi-Fi routers - and possibly many others, as well - which can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code on the devices.
A security researcher has demonstrated that it's possible to implant yourself with a NFC chip that will not be detected by body scanners at airports or other high-security locations, and which could be used to compromise devices inside a guarded perimeter.
Engage Black introduced the BlackVault CYNR security appliance at RSA Conference 2015.
At the RSA Conference 2015 Becrypt launched tVolution Mini.
Prolific hacker Craig Heffner, who has a particular interest in hacking embedded devices, has recently documented the existence of a command injection bug in the firmware of D-Link's DIR-890L router.
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