Thursday, March 15, 2018
Saturday, March 3, 2018
As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered.
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from Friday Squid Blogging: Searching for Humboldt Squid with Electronic Bait
Since you don't have enough to worry about, here's a paper postulating that space aliens could send us malware capable of destroying humanity.
Abstract: A complex message from space may require the use of computers to display, analyze and understand. Such a message cannot be decontaminated with certainty, and technical risks remain which can pose an existential threat. Complex messages would need to be destroyed in the risk averse case.
I think we're more likely to be enslaved by malicious AIs.
from Malware from Space
Friday, March 2, 2018
|SQL injection is one of the most common attacks against businesses, with a high rate of success. So what can you do to prevent them?
from Explained: SQL injection
An investigation has started to reveal that the practice of putting a distillate of petroleum (parrafin) on your body can lead to a very painful fiery death. Firefighter Chris Bell, who is a watch commander with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, says the actual number of deaths linked to the creams is likely to […]
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Another week has gone by with our fair share of security stories. This week Flight Simulator Passwords, IoT Security, and PCI Compliance and GDPR dominated the headlines, as well as the Recent Flash Zero-Day attacks. Missed out on any of the news this week? Here are the five most-read stories on Security Boulevard to help..
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Today, PhishLabs is proud to announce the launch of our new annual scholarship program that is focused on furthering professionals interested in the growing world of cybersecurity. Dubbed the Future of Cybersecurity Scholarship Program, we will be able to help fuel student’s growth into one of the most in-demand industries.
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