They’ll be easy to lock and unlock… and they don’t exist yet
Month: September 2017
The app’s novel approach turns Digital Rights Management on its head
Richard Smith — who resigned as chief executive of big-three credit bureau Equifax this week in the wake of a data breach that exposed 143 million Social Security numbers — is slated to testify in front of no fewer than four committees on Capitol Hill next week. If I were a lawmaker, here are some of the questions I’d ask when Mr. Smith goes to Washington.
Industrial manufacturer Siemens is encouraging users running devices that use its Ruggedcom protocol to apply firmware updates this week. The updates resolve a serious and remotely exploitable vulnerability that could let an attacker carry out administrative actions.
ICANN, the overseer of the Internet’s namespace, announced this week that it was postponing a scheduled change to the cryptographic key that protects the Domain Name System.
The macOS Keychain attack, Signal’s new private contact discovery service, the Deloitte hack, and a handful of mobile stock trading app vulnerabilities are discussed.
Researchers at Duo Security are expected today at Ekoparty to reveal data and a paper that shows Mac users are not receiving EFI firmware updates at expected.
Get the lowdown on Apple’s newly released Face ID Security Overview
Google, through Google Domains, operates many TLDs, and this week said it would begin enforcing HSTS on those TLDs. HSTS forces secure client connections over HTTPS.