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This tiny $6 gadget lets you break into hotel rooms

The small, cheap device can also be used to compromise point-of-sale (PoS) systems.

Microsoft won't fix Windows flaw that lets hackers steal your username and password

The flaw, which allows a malicious website to extract user passwords, is made worse if a user is logged in with a Microsoft account.

Kaspersky Lab launches bug bounty program

Researchers will be awarded a total of $50,000 for vulnerabilities during the pilot stage.

Ghostmail ditches secure mail for the masses, chases enterprise market

It's simply not worth the risk, Ghostmail says -- but the enterprise market is fair game.

Hackers hijack Jeeps once more, your brakes belong to them

Researchers have once again proved they can take over your vehicle -- but this time, they can kill your brakes. [Updated]

IBM launches X-Force Red enterprise bug hunting team

The new division will focus on finding and fixing vulnerabilities -- before cyberattackers do.

Galaxy Note 7: Samsung's business device faces high stakes

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is a business productivity tool that'll need to carry a lot of weight for the company as well as its enterprise competition with Apple's iPhone.

Encryption ransomware now 'tried and trusted' attacker business model

PhishMe's Q2 malware review claims that ransomware is now firmly rooted in the attacker realm.

Pokemon Go enters US Politics

Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making efforts to use the app to lure voters to the elections.

Malware disguised by SSL traffic spikes over the last year

New research suggests encrypted traffic is becoming the go-to method for threat actors to hide malicious code.

Georgia Tech awarded DARPA grant to develop new IoT protection

The $9.4 million grant will be used to research new techniques for protecting embedded Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

The Jeep Hackers Are Back to Prove Car Hacking Can Get Much Worse

After sparking a 1.4 million vehicle Chrysler recall, the security researchers offer a new lesson: It could have been---and could still be---much worse. The post The Jeep Hackers Are Back to Prove Car Hacking Can Get Much Worse appeared first on WIRED.

How hackers can make 'virtually any person' click on a dangerous link

Human traits like curiosity "cannot be patched" against these kinds of vulnerabilities, says one leading computer science researcher.

Monthly Blog Round-Up – July 2016

Here is my next monthly "Security Warrior" blog round-up of top 5 popular posts/topics this month: “Why No Open Source SIEM, EVER?” contains some of my SIEM thinking from 2009. Is it relevant now? You be the judge. Succeeding with SIEM requires a lot of work, whether you paid for the software, or not. Show More Summary

Consider These Tips for Becoming a Successful Real Estate Agent

It is a common misconception among many budding real estate agents, that they will surely walk down the path to becoming a successful agent once they get their license.

Harry Potter & Son Onto an Unexpected Path In "The Cursed Chid"

Albus, to his horror, does get sorted into Slytherin and befriends Scorpius Malfoy.

Taxi Giant Didi Chuxing Set to Buy Uber China

The popular cab-hailing provider will now function along with Apple-backed Didi Chuxing.

Finland best Android casino – Vera&John Promotion

it comes to games, you must be able to fill everyone’s needs to make it to the top.

Sony Playstation VR is Coming Soon and You Need Room To Play It

The PlayStation VR headset will only work with Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming console.

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