A deepfake was reportedly spotted in the wild: LinkedIn’s well-connected, young, attractive Eurasia/Russia expert “Katie Jones.”
These vulnerable infusion pumps can be remotely hacked to alter the delivery of IV fluids and medications such as painkillers or insulin.
Anyone using it in its unpatched state is at risk not only of a compromise of their Evernote account but, potentially, of third-party accounts too.
Hey, iOS users. Got a spare Android phone lying around? Now, you can use it as a secure access key for online services.
According to a letter it sent to Sen. Richard Blumenthal, that’s 31,000 US users, with the rest in India.
A male college student Snapchat-filtered himself into a young girl and went out to catch a predator. The first one he caught was a Californian cop.
“Whoever controls the data, controls the future,” says the evil Zuck, who, according to the platform’s current policy, won’t be taken down.
In the bug repellent gizmo, in the shower, in the little birds glued to the footboard—all hiding webcams, alleges the Dutch backpacker.
Diehard text editor users everywhere breathed a sigh of relief this week as the open source community fixed a bug in one of the most venerable *nix programs: Vim.
Why is SandboxEscaper releasing vulnerabilities in such an irresponsible way? It matters not – Microsoft must patch what’s in front of it whatever the backstory.