Source Boston keynoter Keren Elazari sounded a call to action for industry to extend an acceptance of hackers.
Police gathered evidence from Fitbit, home alarm, Facebook, phone and credit cards to piece together timeline of events leading up to woman’s death
At Source Boston, Josh Corman of the Atlantic Council said that healthcare is suffering from a lack of security talent, devices rife with vulnerabilities, and government incentivizing bad behavior.
Hyundai Motor America patched its Blue Link mobile app after researchers found a cleartext encryption key that could be use to expose user and vehicle information.
A white hat hacker is believed responsible for the Hajime IoT botnet because its main objective appears to be to secure IoT devices vulnerable to the notorious Mirai malware.
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A botnet dubbed Hajime uses much the same tactics as Mirai – but to neutralise the damage done. Is this a good thing, though?
Two vulnerabilities were identified in Bosch’s Drivelog Connect OBD-II dongle and smartphone app that allowed researchers to shut off the engine of a vehicle.
Inventive users took their revenge via Wikipedia
A researcher at this year’s Security Analyst Summit staged a series of honeypots at his friends’ houses to record IoT traffic, exploit attempts and other statistics.