Commentary: Today's smartphones are incredibly sleek, well-designed electronic devices except for two glaring issues. Maybe someday that will change.
Just seven lines of code were used to dupe the anti-phishing tool. Google fixed the problem, but a new flaw has apparently been revealed.
Researchers say a new variation on an old flaw could allow hackers to steal log-in credentials from users of every version of Windows. Microsoft doesn't seem too worried.
The fix comes less than a week after Redmond acknowledged vulnerability to decade-old encryption flaw.
Previously thought limited to Apple and Google browsers, the flaw leaves communications between affected users and websites open to interception.
Apple and Google working on fixes for the decade-old flaw, which researchers blamed on an abandoned US policy on encryption.
The vulnerability, which Verizon has already fixed, would have let anyone to tap into a Verizon email account.
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Insecam streams home video footage to illuminate weak security protocols.
With a simple string of offending characters, a prankster can crash your iOS device via Snapchat or Twitter.