The Equifax breach was well over half a year ago now, but I’ve had a nagging worry all the while since then: Was my child’s data affected in that breach, and how could I possibly find out for sure? 1,021 more words
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As far as Google is concerned, unencrypted HTTP web connections should be nearing the end of the road.
In 2014 at the I/O conference, it declared “HTTPS everywhere” as a security priority for all web traffic, followed in 2015 by the decision to… 352 more words
Being a blogger in the world of cybersecurity, I’ve rather firmly established myself in the eyes of my friends and family as the person to go to with questions about an app they heard about on the news, or what to do about some new hack or big security bug, and how to keep their information safe. 1,295 more words
Security researchers have found multiple vulnerabilities in Vibratissimo’s “Panty Buster”, an internet-enabled sex toy.
Let’s skip over the jokes about Internet of Things (IoT) devices failing penetration tests and get right to the fact that, like its brethren IoT security flubs, this one is full of elementary errors that you’re just not supposed to make any more. 628 more words