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Tesla Model S can be stolen if you don't add a PIN

Tesla Model S can be stolen if you don't add a PIN

A team of academic hackers from a Belgian university, KU Leuven, found out that the Tesla Model S (shipped before June) can be stolen, in seconds, by just cloning its key fob. With Tesla providing the... Read more

Apple is launching a portal to help out law enforcement officials

Apple is launching a portal to help out law enforcement officials

Apple is planning to launch an online portal that will be exclusively for the law enforcement agencies to send in their requests for inquiries. This portal will go online later this year and will take... Read more

Locky is the ‘simplest' home security solution, claims the company

Locky is the ‘simplest' home security solution, claims the company

Locky gets your metal keys a ‘smarter’ upgrade. Locky is a simple and stylish key overlay that monitors the movements of your key instead of the lock, to secure your house. Locky combines ... Read more

Companies should now build backdoors to encrypted devices, says Five Eyes

Companies should now build backdoors to encrypted devices, says Five Eyes

Five Eyes – a pact of five nation-states – United States, UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand – has issued a memo demanding tech companies to enable ‘backdoor access’ ... Read more

Home Security startup Latch raises $70 million

Home Security startup Latch raises $70 million

Latch, the home security startup has raised $70 million in a Series D round of funding that was led by Brookfield Ventures. Among those who participated in the Series D funding round were Third prime,... Read more

Facebook introducing stricter regulations to manage its Pages

Facebook introducing stricter regulations to manage its Pages

Facebook is going to introduce a new rule that will make its “Pages” more secure. Now, the Pages that have a large user base from the U.S will have to complete a procedure of verifying the... Read more

Android's open-style is making devices vulnerable to attacks, says Kryptowire

Android's open-style is making devices vulnerable to attacks, says Kryptowire

Kryptowire’s recent reports, or precisely the research results presented at the Black Hat USA security conference, revealed that millions of Android devices are vulnerable right out of the box. ... Read more