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Spectre, we have the theme and we have a poster

The new Poster for the twenty-fourth James Bond movie, Spectre, is out. Film james bond spectre Sam Smith Poster Theme song

Flare-On Reversing Challenges 2015

This summer FireEye’s FLARE team hosted its second annual Flare-On Challenge targeting reverse engineers, malware analysts, and security professionals. In total, there were eleven challenges, each using different anti-reversing techniques and each in different formats. Show More Summary

How to Scan Anything You Want Into Minecraft Using Sprout by HP

A couple months ago, I was lucky enough to be one of a few that were selected to receive a Sprout by HP. As part of the criteria, they wanted me to come up with some ideas for cool things I could build and make using the device, which has a 3D scanner built in. Show More Summary

Russian Spy Gang Hijacks Satellite Links to Steal Data

The Russian gang known as Turla have been hijacking satellite IP addresses of legitimate users to steal data from other infected machines. The post Russian Spy Gang Hijacks Satellite Links to Steal Data appeared first on WIRED.

How to hack self-driving cars with a laser pointer

A security researcher has explained how a simple, hand-held laser can skew self-driving car sensors and place passengers at risk.

Police develop Mac-sniffing software to track stolen devices

The L8NT could help law enforcement track and find Wi-Fi enabled gadgets.

Microsoft fixes five critical flaws, including two hitting all versions of Windows

Every supported version of Windows should get an update, fixing two issues: one in Internet Explorer 7 and later, and the other in Windows Journal.

Apple’s iMessage Defense Against Spying Has One Flaw

Without being able to verify encryption fingerprints, the service is technologically susceptible to wiretaps. The post Apple’s iMessage Defense Against Spying Has One Flaw appeared first on WIRED.

Adblock Plus Google Play exile ends, launches ioS, Android browser

The Adblock Browser is now available in both the Google Play and Apple stores -- at least, for now.

How Inmates and Loved Ones Review Jails on Yelp

Why people are using sites like Yelp to vent and offer tips about prison and jail. The post How Inmates and Loved Ones Review Jails on Yelp appeared first on WIRED.

FireEye, Kaspersky hit with zero-day flaw claims

Researchers have disclosed severe security flaws within the firm's products over the holiday weekend.

Why Ransomware Will Continue to Rise in 2015

Be afraid. Seriously. Ransomware is growing up fast, causing painful disruptions across the Internet, and it will get much worse in 2015. Ransomware is the criminal activity of taking hostage a victim’s important digital files and demanding a ransom payment to return access to the rightful owner. Show More Summary

Seagate drives at risk of data theft over hidden 'root' account

A public vulnerability disclosure warns that an attacker could remotely download files from an affected hard drive, thanks to the hard-coded default password.

One password gifts hacker with hundreds of Firefox bugs, vulnerabilities

An attacker has launched at least one exploit against Firefox users after compromising a privileged account.

Fiat Chrysler recalls 8,000 extra Jeeps over remote control hacking worries

The automaker is issuing a recall of almost 8,000 more vehicles to apply security patches to models sold in the United States.

When a Hurricane Hits Facebook

As Hurricane Erika hit Dominca and I watched the news in horror last week, it was to Facebook that I and others turned to crowd-source our attempts to help loved ones. The post When a Hurricane Hits Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

Security News This Week: Turns Out Baby Monitors Are Wildly Easy to Hack

Each week we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: Turns Out Baby Monitors Are Wildly Easy to Hack appeared first on WIRED.

What Will The Cost of Chinese Sanctions Be For U.S. Companies?

According to major media outlets, the U.S. government will soon announce economic sanctions against the Chinese government for its acts of economic espionage; especially cyber espionage that benefits Chinese companies. This tactic clearly...Show More Summary

Zero Day Weekly: Sony settles breach suit, Pwn2Own loses HP, Mac keychain attacks

Notable security news items for the week ending September 4, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.

Pwn2Own contest becomes victim of cyberweapon restrictions

The hacking competition has lost HP as a sponsor due to new US cybersecurity regulations.

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