'An individual has no reasonable expectation of privacy in information voluntarily disclosed' is the premise being taken to the US Supreme Court Wednesday, to clarify if law enforcement must obtain warrants to access wireless data
Wireless implanted medical devices with little or no security are shown to be vulnerable to hacking, enabling hackers to eavesdrop on confidential medical data or tamper with life-saving therapies.
Microsoft patched various vulnerabilities in its products last week including the 'MouseJack' flaw, however it is still affecting most organisations.
A Swiss researcher is advocating turning off WPS to secure routers after finding a flaw that eliminates the randomness of codes generated by some routers when WPS is switched on...
Cycle-bound security expert reveals our insatiable need to stay connected
A major flaw in Cisco's routers has been revealed just days after research firm Team Cymru reported it had found over 300,000 other routers infected with malware.
Fears that routers are an 'Achilles heel' of enterprise security have been heightened as Team Cymru revealed this week that a cyber attack has hijacked more than 300,000 wireless internet routers worldwide.
New Wi-Fi malware has the potential to cause serious problems if it falls into the wrong hands, according to Professor John Walker, Nottingham-Trent University.
A dramatisation of a hack by security firm Trend Micro on America's NBC TV News has been slammed by other security experts as "100 percent fraudulent".
Tens of thousands of smartphone users have been hit by a new class of botnet that illicitly gathers information.
French researcher drives a London bus through wireless modem security. And you don't need to reset the modem's configuration to have a root shell. And some router are vulnerable from the internet, not only from the LAN.
CESG, the Information Security Arm of GCHQ, has released new security guidance for more than ten different end user devices to ensure they are configured and used in the most efficient way compatible with meeting security demands.