Blog Profile / Zero Day

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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

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Over half of world's top domains weak against email spoofing

Misconfigured email servers could prompt spoof emails being 'sent' from legitimate services.

Tor Project teams up with researchers to toughen up Tor browser

The non-profit is going the extra mile to try and prevent the network being compromised again.

Apple keeps details of patched AirPort router vulnerability under wraps

The security patch has upgraded AirPort router firmware to stop exploitation in its tracks.

Silent Circle launches virtual security assistant Privacy Meter

The real-time privacy assistant is part of the latest Silent OS update.

The Department of Defense wants more of you to hack the Pentagon

After a successful pilot program, the Department of Defense is expanding its bug bounty program.

Hacker taunts Blizzard after knocking gamers offline

Gamers may experience more frustration and disruption in the near future.

T-Mobile insider steals customer data to make a quick koruna

The employee tried to cash in by stealing and selling the data of up to 1.5 million Czech customers.

Hack sends cryptocurrency Ether plunging into the abyss

Vulnerabilities affecting DAO have been exploited, throwing the Ethereum network into chaos.

Microsoft pushes new Windows 10 tool to kill PC bloatware

The new feature downloads and installs a fresh copy of Windows, killing any pre-installed apps bundled in by PC manufacturers.

Warberry Pi: The stealthy way to slink past business security

The tiny Raspberry Pi-based device has found its place with red teams and pen testers.

How to really fix the latest Adobe Flash security hole

Patch it. Patch it now. Better still, get rid of Flash once and for all, or at least set it to only run when you really want it to run.

House lawmakers vote to reject ban on tech backdoors, warrantless spying on Americans

The bill would have also prevented the federal government from forcing tech companies to include surveillance "backdoors" in their products.

House duo pair up to stop warrantless "backdoor" spying on Americans

The bill would prevent the NSA from using a loophole to spy on Americans' data, despite constitutional protections.

Pro-ISIS hacker pleads guilty after stealing names of over 1,000 US military personnel

The 20-year-old has admitted pilfering the data before sending it along to ISIS members.

Verizon fixes email flaw which left user accounts open to attack

The critical email flaw is the latest which places Verizon email accounts at risk.

How to hack Facebook with just a phone number

A flaw in the SS7 protocol makes hacking Facebook accounts easier than you'd think.

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