August 29, 2016 - This post covers the information disclosure bugs in Internet Explorer and Edge that we sometimes refer to as 'fingerprinting'. We review past flaws as well as a currently unpatched one used in the wild before exploring some long term mitigations.
August 27, 2016 - Registered owners of PlayStation and PSP can now enable this new security feature the next time they log in. This is wonderful news, indeed, and can be considered another win for security as we continue to see companies of all sizes take online concerns seriously and actually do something about it. Better late than never, right?
August 26, 2016 - Here's a Facebook phish which uses the incredibly old technique of blurring the supposed page underneath the login prompt. This is supposed to tantalise victims with what they could see if only they hand over login details. This tactic has been around from Facebook and Tumblr all the way back to Myspace, most typically in the form of the infamous "See who visited your page" type scams of yesteryear.
August 25, 2016 - A recent study reveals (if not confirms) what most people may have already perceived: that most teens navigate the Internet via their smartphones using various websites and apps, and that there is a “digital disconnect” between U.S. parents and their teen children, who are between 13-17 years of age.
August 25, 2016 - Recently we got access to several elements of the espionage toolkit that has been captured attacking Vietnamese institutions. During the operation, the malware was used to dox 400,000 members of Vietnam Airlines.