I used to think that the idea of banning encryption was too absurd for discussion. Whenever a politician or government official suggested it, I figured it to be a ploy covering the real desire, which was not to ban encryption,… Read More ›
Without thinking twice, mixing devops and cybersecurity is really tough to do. The goal of devops is going as fast as you can, while in security, we are taught to proceed with caution. However, both of these fields serve a… Read More ›
Following the revelations that have shown major flaws in Facebook’s privacy settings with regard to linking your mobile number, security experts are now calling for the company to get serious about protecting users. The issue relates to Facebook and one… Read More ›
It turns out All-in-One wasn’t the only vulnerable plugin found by Summer of Pwnage, working on uncovering others in popular applications.
Allowing SMS password recovery on your applications and etc has now become a horrible means of password recovery.
The best way to break into a website using WordPress is through the open doors and holes that the plugins will leave a lot of the time.
I know a lot of my friends have tempted to download one of the many Pokemon Go APKs out there because their not yet available.
Have a look at /var/log/auth.log, and find all those little Chinese servers trying to brute force your box… no bueno.
Just a few days ago, a client of mine has learned the hard way to not let a scam company take control of your computer to provide you support.
Google began warning users being targets of government-backed attacks. For the people who see it, it is important for them to take notice.