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  • Risks of selling used smartphones

    08.07.2014

    AVAST Software easily retrieved personal data from used smartphones sold online, despite consumers deleting their data.

  • Security weakness found in WiFi enabled LED light bulb

    07.07.2014

    Researchers at Context Information Security have been able to expose a security weakness in a WiFi enabled, energy efficient LED light bulb that can be controlled from a smartphone.

  • How old are today's networks?

    27.06.2014

    The percentage of aging and obsolete devices in today’s corporate networks around the globe is at its highest in six years, signaling that the global financial crisis of recent years may still have a lingering effect today, according to Dimension Data.

  • Hackers to attack routers at DEF CON

    24.06.2014

    A competition is scheduled for hackers and computer scientists from around the world to better protect consumers against widespread security vulnerabilities in wireless routers.

  • Critical flaw exposes admin passwords of nearly 32,000 servers

    20.06.2014

    Over 30,000 servers with Supermicro baseboard management controllers (BMCs) on their motherboards are offering up administrator passwords to anyone who knowns where to look, warns Zachary Wikholm, a senior security engineer with the Security Incident Response Team of hosting provider CARI.net.




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Breaking the security of physical devices

Posted on 18 August 2014.  |  In this podcast recorded at Black Hat USA 2014, Silvio Cesare, Director of Anti-Malware Engineering at Qualys, discusses the security measures of a number of household devices and things.


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