Three most important recent news with extensive commentary and trolling: nasty Android Stagefright vulnerability, new car hacks and Do Not Track 2.0 privacy initiative
Predictability of human beings can barely be overestimated when it comes to passwords. But what about lock screen patterns, are we predictable as well when we’re creating them?
Researchers compete at finding security holes in infotainment systems of connected cars and breaking in. The new case proves that Tesla does care a lot about security at wheel.
Security researcher Chris Rock discovered, that it’s very easy to kill a human. All you need is just a computer with Internet access, some knowledge and common sense.
Recently we wrote about the Jeep Cherokee hack incident. At Black Hat security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek finally explained, how exactly the now-famous Jeep hack...
History, tradition, passion and belonging to the world of motorsport. The 24 hours of SPA was all that and so much more
The number of vulnerable Google devices reached an all-time high since worst Android flaws ever are uncovered. There are already patches available but they may never reach end use...
Confronting cyberbullies? Behave smart; don’t do what mockers expect from you. Check these tips to keep the situation under control.
Security experts often mention exploits as one of the most serious problems, although it’s not always clear why exploits are so special and scary. We’ll try to explain here.
Kaspersky Lab launches the new versions of its flagship products, designed with privacy concerns in mind.