Firmware updates won't address the problem, so admins need to take other action.
Facebook continues to address the challenges faced during the 2016 election.
By David Balaban Anonymizers are tools that ensure the anonymity of web surfing. They are also used to circumvent the web filters and local legislative restrictionsblocking of websites. Some types of anonymizers (VPN) may also encrypt your traffic. This article discusses how anonymizers are used and what types of anonymizers are there. Introduction These days browsers are open […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Best Anonymization Tools and Techniques for 2019
Users must update their vulnerable libraries manually.
We all have something to hide, something to protect. But if you are also relying on self-encrypting drives for that, then you should read this news carefully.
Security researchers have discovered multiple critical vulnerabilities in some of the popular self-encrypting solid state drives (SSD) that could allow an attacker to decrypt disk encryption and recover protected data without knowing the
A buffer overflow bug could silence online stations.
Concerns over midterm election tampering reach a boiling point in the days leading up to actual voting.
An exploit was released for a flaw existing in a process in CPUs called Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT).
“Password-killing” authentication efforts may be on a road to nowhere.
By Tabby Farrar Virtual Private Networks, also known as VPNs, have had something of an image change in the last few years. Historically, the term VPN has come with negative connotations – linked to users on the Dark Web hiding their identities from law enforcement. With that in mind, it’s interesting to see the cultural shift around VPN […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: From cybercrime to cyber defence: How VPNs went mainstream
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