Konstantin Goncharov explains the bottom line of tech giants’ epic fails in the new edition of cybersecurity news digest.
Today’s weekly news digest covers the stories about various mistakes in coding, and how they can be used for different purposes, including earning money.
Your legitimate copy of Angry Birds 2 may be infected with malware that steals your private data. How could this happen?
Our today's weekly news digest covers three stories about the mistakes coders make when programming robots, the way other people exploit those design flaws, and then the reckoning
Information security digest: the greatest iOS theft, farewell to RC4 cipher, multiple vulnerabilities in routers
Headlines raise alarm: the greatest hack in history finally reached iOS. Is that really so and who are the potential victims?
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 ten days after the remarkable Google I/O event, Apple is holding its own developers conference. Let’s take a look at the new security features.
Recently, Apple's CEO Tim Cook delivered a speech on privacy and security during EPIC's Champions of Freedom event. Here are the 10 best quotes from his speech.
Hardware is usually considered relatively safe and clean — as opposed to software which is usually the layer suffering from bugs and malware. But this is no longer true