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Delta Airlines flaw lets others access your boarding pass

Have you travelled on planes in recent years?

If so, I’m sure you’ve had your fair share of security seriousness at airports.

One of the strictest, and perhaps the most peculiar, exchanges I’ve overheard went something like this: 836 more words


Wiper - The AK47 of cyberwar

Hi folks,

Unless you have been living under a rock recently, you know that Sony was hacked, d0xed, and whacked. (The meaning of “Hacked” is obvious. 566 more words

Data Leakage

Alibaba turns into Ali-blab-blab thanks to web server URL security bug

Chinese e-commerce megabrand Alibaba just fixed a rather naughty security slipup on its online retail portal AliExpress.

Israeli security researcher Amitay Dan noticed the problem… 558 more words


More African organizations still lag in cybersecurity

More than half of the African organizations studied in the survey do not have the sort of information needed to successfully counter cybersecurity issues, said EA, the brand name for the… 450 more words

Adobe updates its e-reader - DRM data no longer transmitted insecurely

Adobe has published an update to its cryptographically-challenged Digital Editions 4 e-reader software.

Digital Editions lets you read eBooks, but thanks to the exigencies of Digital Rights Management (DRM), it also keeps track of a… 530 more words


The data industry has a pipe problem and it needs to be fixed

By: Cortland J. Fondon

When people think about data leakage, they often think about the types of massive data breaches that have occurred on a regular basis with some of the largest retailers in the world for the last several years. 459 more words

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