More Secure WiFi Coming With WPA3

More Secure WiFi Coming With WPA3

Last October, researchers exposed WPA2 with a major security vulnerability. As manufacturers scrambled to patch the security flaw, this news prompted the discussion of an improved protocol. The WPA3 Solution The WiFi Alliance recently announced that they would be...
Adobe Flash 0Day Bug Allows in Hackers

Adobe Flash 0Day Bug Allows in Hackers

Adobe’s Flash player includes a 0day vulnerability that hackers may use to take full control of infected computers. This bug was discovered by Cisco Systems’ research team last week. Adobe confirmed the vulnerability after South Korea’s CERT issued a warning...
Millions of Smart TVs Vulnerable to Hacking

Millions of Smart TVs Vulnerable to Hacking

Consumer Reports recently reported that millions of Smart TVs are subject to a security flaw. This vulnerability allows hackers to take control of your Internet-connected TV, install apps and play offensive material. Roku Installed TVs The flaw affects Samsung and TLC...
Bug Detection May Protect IoT Devices

Bug Detection May Protect IoT Devices

Security for IoT devices – or rather the lack thereof – is well known in the industry.  Many home gadgets now have microprocessors that crunch data, from TVs to toothbrushes. And many more have on-going Internet connectivity, making them vulnerable to bugs. Most IoT...
Mac Malware Snoops on Internet Traffic

Mac Malware Snoops on Internet Traffic

  Historically Macs have been less vulnerable to viruses and malware than Windows PCs. However, according to BGR, a new strain of malware is affecting Macs and may snoop on your Internet activities. This malware is called OSX/MaMi and acts much like the...