Support for other programming languages to be added in future releases.
City officials took hacked tornado sirens offline ahead of major storm. Luckily, they weren't needed.
Security researchers spot new Mirai botnet with an enhanced arsenal of IoT exploits.
Turns out that the software a bunch of CAs used to generate public-key certificates was flawed: they created random serial numbers with only 63 bits instead of the required 64. That may not seem like a big deal to the layman, but that one bit change means that the serial numbers only have half the required entropy. This really isn't...
Time and time again, the publication of PoC code for zero-days and recently patched security bugs often helps hackers more than end-users.
You can also try out Bombe and Typex code-cracking for yourself.
Gnosticplayers returns with new user records, most of which he obtained by hacking companies last month.
Extensions only available for Windows Insiders for now. To work for everyone once Windows 10 19H1 is live.
Hacker used a Mirai botnet to DDoS companies and ask for ransoms to stop attacks.
Coming to Android Q: MAC address randomization, new location data permission popup, no more clipboard sniffing.
There are slim chances that Fujitsu will release a patch.
You can hunt for the Hawaiian bobtail squid. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here....
Database taken down two weeks later. Owner never identified.
An article I co-wrote -- my first law journal article -- was cited by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court -- the state supreme court -- in a case on compelled decryption. Here's the first, in footnote 1: We understand the word "password" to be synonymous with other terms that cell phone users may be familiar with, such as Personal Identification...
This is a current list of where and when I am scheduled to speak: I'm teaching a live online class called "Spotlight on Cloud: The Future of Internet Security with Bruce Schneier" on O'Reilly's learning platform, Thursday, April 4, at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET. The list is maintained on this page....
Fixes to be included with Windows 10 19H1, scheduled for release in a few weeks.
Researchers have found a critical flaw in the Swiss Internet voting system. I was going to write an essay about how this demonstrates that Internet voting is a stupid idea and should never be attempted -- and that this system in particular should never be deployed, even if the found flaw is fixed -- but Cory Doctorow beat me to...
As expected, the recent WinRAR vulnerability is now being abused en-masse by multiple threat actors.
A new support service has also been launched to tackle the spread of intimate images without consent.
Mark Karpeles has been found guilty of fiddling accounts but not embezzlement in the Mt. Gox case.