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'Internet of Things,' not privacy, to dominate at Black Hat

Security experts gather again in Vegas to show off and debate the latest in hacks and flaws, focusing this year on the latest risks facing Net-connected devices.

By August 6, 2014


Military wants 'blood pharming' machine

Military seek machine to culture and package red blood cells on the battlefield.

By November 14, 2008


Drive-by pharming attack hits home

Although this attack only affected Mexican routers contacting a Mexican bank, Symantec says the attack could spread to other countries and financial institutions.

By January 22, 2008


DNS security and performance considerations, and ISP alternatives

DNS servers resolve web address names to IP addresses that your computer can use, but problems with these servers may result in performance issues.

By December 4, 2009


Q&A: Schneier warns of marketers and dancing pigs

Security guru Bruce Schneier pokes fun at National Cyber Security Month and says when it comes to privacy, marketers are scarier than governments or criminals.

By October 23, 2009


'Bone putty' holds it together

'Fracture putty' may replace screws, plates, and rods to repair broken legs.

By May 24, 2009


Researchers say Microsoft's CardSpace vulnerable

A team of student researchers find a flaw in CardSpace similar to the flaw that broke its predecessor, .Net PassPort.

By June 2, 2008


On phishing, pharming, and (yes) phlooding

On phishing, pharming, and (yes) phlooding

By July 20, 2005



Give an old attack a snazzy new name and, behold, the new threat of 'pharming.'

By February 3, 2005