If your Windows 10 PC tells you there is an update pending – it might be the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (not that you can distinguish this from any other update – until it’s applied, as far as I could see).
If it is, beware to physically secure your laptop as it disables BitLocker!
Continue reading “Windows 10 Anniversary Update – BitLocker Bypass Warning”
Bitcoin is a subject that Cyber Matters first reported on two years ago, concluding it was premature to invest, unless you can afford to lose your stake. Since that time, the underlying Blockchain has been gaining an increase in interest. Continue reading “Trustworthy Wallets”
With the recent events and stories hitting the news, such as CES 2016 announcing plenty of new IoT products and new toys being hackable, no wonder I couldn’t miss the opportunity to talk about them – the first thing to catch my eye this week was ……
Continue reading “Another week, another IoT security scare!”
In an important Juniper security announcement last month it was revealed that:
“During a recent internal code review, Juniper discovered unauthorized code in ScreenOS that could allow a knowledgeable attacker to gain administrative access to NetScreen® devices and to decrypt VPN connections.” Continue reading “Could PAS 754 have helped Juniper?”
Over the last few days, many children will have received gifts of the latest interconnected toys. Sadly as a security community we know many of these will be insecure. Continue reading “Is your New Toy Hackable?”
As 2016 approaches, I thought it would be nice to look back on 2015 and share with you the Top 10 most viewed blog posts here on this blog. Let the countdown begin … Continue reading “Top 10 posts from 2015”
As we build the Internet of Things the race is on to create new products and services. Making them secure costs more and can slow the pace of innovation. But as Car companies are now finding out, this can have a serious impact. Continue reading “Does Insurance Hold the Key?”
Good security advice is you should (must) change the default password on your home broadband router. Recent experience suggests to me this is not sufficient.
Continue reading “Home Router Password Failure”
A week is a long time in Cyber Security.
These past few weeks you may have heard about the latest ‘big vulnerability’, dubbed ShellShock. If you haven’t, or want more information on it, I direct you to the best authority I know: Wikipedia.
Continue reading “No, Shellshock does not defeat SELinux”
Well ShellShock has certainly created a lot of press – and I am sure that most readers will understand what the Linux Shell is by now.
Continue reading “Yet Another Shellshock Article”