30C3: SD card tricks can deliver MITM attacks
QR codes pose internet security risk
Internet security experts from Murdoch University have raised concerns about the growing use of Quick Response codes, also known as QR codes.
Security experts raise flags over WhatsApp
The Facebook deal for WhatsApp drew attention for its whopping price tag, but has also brought out fresh criticism over security for the billions of messages delivered on the platform.
BGU security team says vulnerability found in Samsung Knox
Baffle thy enemy: The case for Honey Encryption
Health care organizations under siege from cyberattacks, study says
Add this to the list of reasons for consumers to fret over privacy: Health care organizations of all kinds are being routinely attacked and compromised by increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks.
Developer tells Google about Chrome browser listening risk
SnapChat hack a snap for Georgia Tech student
Faced with a decision between braving the below-freezing cold outside and breaking SnapChat's new security feature, Steven Hickson said it was a no-brainer.
Hacker modifies toy drone to hack and take over other toy drones
Wireless networks exposed as electricity grid weakest link
Smarter, more efficient electricity meters aim to revolutionise energy distribution but WA researchers fear hackers could easily exploit numerous security flaws and wreck havoc on power grids.
Report: NSA data swoop has had minimal counterterrorism role
University of Maryland reports data breach
The president of the University of Maryland says there has been a breach of a database that contains personal information about more than 300,000 faculty, staff, students, and others.
Espionage malware may be state-sponsored, researchers say
Security researchers said Monday they discovered cyber-espionage malware which has hit governments and companies in 31 countries and is likely state-sponsored.
Encrypted Blackphone goes to war with snoopers
It's a fully encrypted smartphone that aims to foil snooping governments, industry rivals and hackers.