Another Milestone For Internet of Things: Wi-Fi Vibrator Hacked

An enterprising penetration(heh) testing company Pen Test Partners have been looking at a security of sex toys lately. That's what we call dedication to penetration (testing). Their latest victim has been Svakom...

Cyber Attack On Hacking Team Could Have Been Conducted From Barcelona

A Catalan portal Ara.cat reports: Catalan and Italian police are investigating the hacker attack on the Police Union and the leak of 5540 police officers’ personal data. The police suspects that the...

Security Vulnerability In a Dishwasher

If a broadcast that can turn a Smart TV into a spying machine is not enough, The Register reports about a directory traversal bug in a Miele dishwasher. These days some dishwashers...

Internet of Things Strikes Again: Smart TVs Hacked Via Broadcast Signal

Ars Technica reports about a recent proof-of-concept attack on smart TVs. The exploit, demonstrated by a security consultant Rafael Scheel, uses a low-cost transmitter to embed malicious commands into a rogue...

EFF Makes a Case For Keeping the FCC’s Privacy Protections

According to the EFF, US-based ISPs have engaged in five different privacy-violating practices. ISPs have been documented selling their customers' data. It is an especially creepy practice when mobile providers do that,...

Krebs Chimes In On Using a VPN Post-FCC Privacy Rules

Brian Krebs, a noted online security journalist, posts his thoughts on using a VPN now that US Congress has allowed ISPs to sell customers browsing history and other personal data. As...

Freedome VPN Review 2017

Freedome VPN is a complete online privacy and security solution from a noted European vendor F-Secure. Freedome offers both a VPN (virtual private network) that cloaks your real IP while encrypting...

Does Pokémon Go Spy On Your Email?

For a short time, not only Pokémon Go on Android have been exposed to privacy concerns. Earlier, a security researcher Adam Reeve has stated in a blog post that the incredibly...