The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) today announced that it has upped the ante, as no one has yet been able to hack the Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) network since the contest began on Monday.
A group of Georgia Tech researchers has created quite a stir at this year's Black Hat conference when they showcased chargers capable of installing malware on iPhones, and have brought attention to a type of attack that is likely to become more frequent as mobile devices continue their market conquest: "juice jacking".
When Juliano and Thai disclosed the CRIME attack last year, it was clear that the same attack technique could be applied to any other compressed data, and compressed response bodies (via HTTP compression) in particular.
Tripwire announced the results of a survey of 167 attendees at Black Hat USA 2013.
A group of researchers from LMG Security has leveraged a Verizon Samsung femtocell - a small cellular station for extending cell phone coverage range indoors or at the cell edge - to create a relatively cheap cellular intrusion detection system that enables enterprises and private individuals to test their or their employees' smartphones for malware.
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