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  • D-Link routers vulnerable to DNS hijacking

    29.01.2015

    At least one and likely more D-Link routers as well as those of other manufacturers using the same firmware are vulnerable to remote changing of DNS settings and, effectively, traffic hijacking, a Bulgarian security researcher has discovered.

  • Hijacking drones with malware

    28.01.2015

    A recent incident at the White House showed that small aerial vehicles (drones) present a specific security problem.

  • Researchers create inexpensive versions of NSA's spying tools

    21.01.2015

    ShmooCon, the hacker convention that welcomes individuals interested in all aspects of computer and information security, was held last week in Washington, D.C.

  • Bold reform needed to strengthen U.S cybersecurity

    20.01.2015

    Mr. President, the status quo in cybersecurity is failing the U.S.

  • 2+ million US cars can be hacked remotely, researcher claims

    19.01.2015

    Security researcher Corey Thuen has made a surprising discovery when he reverse-engineered the firmware of the Snapshot tracking dongles that US-based Progressive Insurance gives out to its customers: the devices are woefully insecure, and can lead to data theft, as well as to the compromise of a car's functions crucial to passenger safety.




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How safe are Android-based children’s tablets?

Looking for an Android-based tablet for your child but don't know which one to choose? If you are concerned about the device's protection against random hackers, Bluebox Security has just released a review of the nine most popular Android tablet models aimed specifically at children.


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