Buried in Samsung’s terms of service is the admission that spoken words are picked up and passed along to third parties by voice recognition.
In this talk security podcast, Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the upcoming Security Analyst Summit, Flash zero days, the Ghost vulnerability and the Anthem breach
WhatsApp has finally released a Web version of its popular mobile messaging service. We take a look at it from the security perspective.
"All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal, or fattening." As always, there are exceptions.
New version of CTB-Locker, a ransomware that uses Tor and Bitcoin to evade detection and takedowns, should be avoided at all costs.
Researcher discovers that Progressive Snapshot tools lack any real security controls and could be exploited by attackers to hack cars.
Security reporters Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss security and privacy headlines from the first few weeks of the new year.
Comparing the worst passwords of 2014 with the infamous top 50 passwords from the Gawker Media breach in 2010.
“British Prime Minister David Cameron to Ban Encrypted Messengers” — Headlines like this are appearing here and there. But what happened exactly?
CES 2015 was a superb event in terms of the amount of new technology per square foot. But, from an information security standpoint, it did not appear all that positive.