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Bluetooth flaw leaves devices vulnerable

Bluetooth flaw leaves devices vulnerable

A new security vulnerability in Bluetooth has been discovered which can weaken the encryption of Bluetooth devices. The discovery was made by the researchers at the Center for IT-Security, Privacy and... Read more

A Lightning cable that can help hackers infiltrate computers

A Lightning cable that can help hackers infiltrate computers

A modified Lightning cable called the “O.MG Cable” had sold like hotcakes at the recently held security conference Def Con. The Lightning cable has been developed so that a user can hack s... Read more

Facebook recorded people's conversation and passed it on to third party contractors

Facebook recorded people's conversation and passed it on to third party contractors

Facebook is in news for using the recordings of the people to make sure that transcription services are functioning. The company says that this has been stopped now; this was following other companies... Read more

Apple prosecutes Corellium for infringement

Apple prosecutes Corellium for infringement

According to the documents filed by Apple in Florida, the company will sue Corellium, a virtualization software company for permitting the users to produce and interact with virtual iOS devices. For i... Read more

Cray to build El Capitan supercomputer for the US

Cray to build El Capitan supercomputer for the US

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), the Department of Energy (DOE) and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) have jointly announced that they have commissioned Cray Inc. to bu... Read more

WhatsApp is affected by a security flaw that can manipulate chats

WhatsApp is affected by a security flaw that can manipulate chats

WhatsApp gets into trouble as security researchers detected security vulnerability that allows messages to be altered in group chats. This means anyone can edit anybody’s reply according to Chec... Read more

US Navy to replace touchscreen controls with mechanical ones

US Navy to replace touchscreen controls with mechanical ones

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its accident report for a collision between USS John S. McCain and a Liberian oil tanker. The collision killed 10 sailors and injured 48 on... Read more