The much hyped and probably one of the USP of the iPhone 5S has been allegedly broken using already known methods.
A security researcher, Bhavesh Naik, has discovered cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability on Bing maps and from the looks of it the vulnerability is both reflective as well as persistent.
Hacking has taken to low-level hardware hacking and the new methods aren’t detectable with currently available technology.
The new draft proposes to make the Internet a better place where unwarranted government snooping on communications is forbidden.
One of the most popular ad platforms suffers from a zero-day vulnerability which if not patch may allow subset of its users to inject arbitrary code.
A well-known security company has claimed that it has unearthed evidences that point to direct involvement of North Korean hackers in South Korean military spying.
Towards the end of its life Windows XP is getting a couple of critical security fixes alongside its younger siblings.
Initially thought of as uptick in adoption of Tor to evade privacy the recent surge in Tor network traffic is being blamed on a relatively unknown botnet.
Mega, the Privacy company, may not be all that private as a new tool claims to reveal users’ master key while the developer behind the tool claims that Mega has access to users’ files.
Picture password mechanism might not be as secure as first touted as there have been quite a few instances wherein researchers have claimed that his mechanism is easy to crack.