The one where it was supposed to be unhackable
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been telling the world that its phones are so unhackable that it needs to re-write the operating system. Already the FBI has proved that wrong, but it seems that Siri is a backdoor making a mockery of Apple’s security.
Hackers would rather sell the iPhone flaws to the government
Fruity cargo cult Apple is having to pay the cost for not paying hackers to find loopholes in its software.
Problems with believing your own PR
Fruity cargo cult Apple has made a huge mistake fighting the FBI over the encryption case.
Rowhammer not just for DDR3
DDR4 was supposed to be a lot more secure than other DDR3 which was vulnerable to an exploit called Rowhammer. But it turns out that DDR4 might also be vulnerable afterall.
It can hack an iPhone itself
Secret service whistleblower Edward Snowden claims that the FBI does not need any help from the fruity cargo cult Apple to unlock an iPhone,
Geolocation fences will be deployed to avert unwanted local searchers
In 2014, the European Union’s highest court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), ruled that Internet search engines like Google must be required to erase all webpage links to an individual’s search results in which personally identifiable information is deemed “inadequate” or “irrelevant” to a larger context of search inquiry. At first, the court order was only applicable to Google’s European Union-based search sites (see: Google.co.uk, Google.fr and Google.de, etc).
You get what you pay for
The Fruity cargo cult Apple’s legendary skill at networking hit another milestone today after a software update killed Mac’s Ethernet port.
Desperately seeking a reason to live
Still apparently looking for a reason to live BlackBerry has decided to place a bigger bet on cybersecurity.
Attacks are coming
Drupal 6 which is still on ten percent of CMS’s is a 0-day waiting to happen.
Helps users mitigate identity hijacking
Social media giant Instagram has recently begun rolling out two-factor authentication to some of its users in an effort to spare any attempts at hijacking and changing account passwords, according to recent reports. The Facebook-owned service is the latest to add additional security measures to protect its users from financial losses, identity hijacking and false representation.