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Samsung Galaxy S10, Xiaomi Mi9 at Pwn2Own Error Hunters

Pwn2Own Tokyo 2019 has come to a close and hunters win a total of $120,000 for demonstration exploits on Samsung Galaxy S10 and Xiaomi Mi9 phones and AC1750 routers on the second day of the competition. Four of the seven hacking attempts planned for the second day were a complete success. The Fluoroacetate team’s Amat

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Hackers are Guilty of Software Breach that is Shielded

Two computer hackers pleaded guilty to developing an extort scheme that tangled Uber in a year long cover-up of a data breach that stolen sensitive information from approximately 57 million passengers and drivers of the ride-hailing service. The pleas entered Wednesday at the federal court of Brandon Charles Glover and Vasile Mereacre in San Jose,

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Is Cloud-Computing An Inevitable Infrastructure To Embrace?

As the practical application of cloud computing becomes cheaper, there are still many people who still have vague anxieties about security. Examine the security of the public cloud itself and the dangers hidden in the operation of users, and explain the security strategy that should be considered in cloud utilization. The safety and security of

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Artificial Intelligence: Ally Or Enemy Of System Security?

The term “artificial intelligence” is now a keyword that has attracted a great deal of attention in the technological development of various fields. Image recognition, speech analysis, human interaction, medical use, surveillance camera security and economic analysis have an innovative impact on data management in the current day when data handling is commonplace. The existence

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Microsoft and Its Desire To Secure Global IoT Devices

The Microsoft Security Research and Defense (MSRD) team has issued a cybersecurity warning about the growing concerns of IoT (Internet-of-Things) security, especially botnet infections in their official blog. Redmond highlighted that IoT devices is forecasted to grow as much as 50-billion installations globally, with many devices having identified with security and privacy flaws fresh from

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The Growth Of Netherland’s Anti-Microsoft Telemetry Stance

Microsoft has found a new foe in its Windows-Office empire, as the Netherland’s Ministry of Justice and Security issued a stern warning Dutch public sector users of Office mobile, Office online and the enterprise version of Windows 10 about privacy risks. The ministry based its findings to the Data Protection Impact Assessment report made by

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IoT Suppliers From China, Should We Trust Them?

Internet-of-Things is one of our most favorite, if not the most favorite topic to discuss here. We wrote countless articles since 2017, about the inherent increase of acceptance of IoT devices, the security risks they add to the homes and offices, and the real cost of its operations overall. However, we have not tackled the

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