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Spectre and Meltdown Attacks Against Microprocessors - Schneier on Security
The security of pretty much every computer on the planet has just gotten a lot worse, and the only real solution -- which of course is not a solution -- is to throw them all away and buy new ones. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by fdlbt
On the Equifax Data Breach - Schneier on Security
Last Thursday, Equifax reported a data breach that affects 143 million US customers, about 44% of the population. via Pocket
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october 2017 by fdlbt
New KRACK Attack Against Wi-Fi Encryption - Schneier on Security
Mathy Vanhoef has just published a devastating attack against WPA2, the 14-year-old encryption protocol used by pretty much all wi-fi systems. Its an interesting attack, where the attacker forces the protocol to reuse a key. The authors call this attack KRACK, for Key Reinstallation Attacks via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  schneier  on  security 
october 2017 by fdlbt
Changes in Password Best Practices - Schneier on Security
NIST recently published its four-volume SP800-63-3 Digital Identity Guidelines. Among other things, it makes three important suggestions when it comes to passwords: These password rules were failed attempts to fix the user. Better we fix the security systems. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  schneier  on  security 
october 2017 by fdlbt
The Data Tinder Collects, Saves, and Uses - Schneier on Security
It's not Tinder. Surveillance is the business model of the Internet. Everyone does this.
Tinder  surveillance  privacy  data  review  Schneier  2017  via:inspiral 
october 2017 by Librarysue
The Data Tinder Collects, Saves, and Uses - Schneier on Security
It's not Tinder. Surveillance is the business model of the Internet. Everyone does this.
Tinder  surveillance  privacy  data  review  Schneier  2017 
september 2017 by inspiral
Apple's FaceID - Schneier on Security
This is a good interview with Apple's SVP of Software Engineering about FaceID. Honestly, I don't know what to think. I am confident that Apple is not collecting a photo database, but not optimistic that it can't be hacked with fake faces. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  schneier  on  security 
september 2017 by fdlbt
The US Senate Is Using Signal - Schneier on Security
The US Senate just approved Signal for staff use. Signal is a secure messaging app with no backdoor, and no large corporate owner who can be pressured to install a backdoor. Susan Landau comments. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  schneier  on  security 
may 2017 by fdlbt

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