“The Girl in the Spider's Web”, the 4th book of Millenium series released today. Our security expert David Jacoby tells how he consulted the author of the book on what exactly hac...
In-flight security made quite a lot of headlines this summer, but this time at unusual angle: the one quite surprising for an average passenger and quite expected for an IT specia...
One can find a number of reasons why this very bug cannot be patched right now, or this quarter, or, like, ever. Yet, the problem has to be solved.
Just think of the sticky fingers of banks, marketers and insurers that hunt for your personal data with revolting impudence and store them unsecured. So, what’s the fuss about?
Since there’s nothing unhackable in this world, why should chemical plants should be the exception?
In this post there are two seemingly unrelated pieces of news which nevertheless have one thing in common: not that somewhere someone is vulnerable, but that vulnerability sometim...
Don't be a slowpoke, follow Dr. House's rule: everybody lies, especially on the Internet.
The 2016 editions of the Kaspersky Lab product suite have enhanced privacy options for the company’s customers.
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?