Google Confirms' Backdoor Is In Motion...

Google Confirms’ Backdoor Is In Motion…

via Dan Goodin, reporting at Ars Technica, and focusing on recently discovered Android device backdoors. Apparently, said backdoors were installed at currently unidentified manufacturer's factories prior to sale (confirmed by Google Security ...
DoD Releases Report, Stryker Vehicles Hacked In NATO Exercises

DoD Releases Report, Stryker Vehicles Hacked In NATO Exercises

The Department of Defense's (DoD) Office of the Director of Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) has issued a report detailing vulnerabilities in the Stryker Dragoon warfighting platform. Recommendations from the DOT&E are to ...
US District Court Judge To State of Georgia: Bad, Bad, Double-Bad

US District Court Judge To State of Georgia: Bad, Bad, Double-Bad

via Cyrus Farivar, writing at Ars Technica, of the apparent displeasure noted by United States District Court Judge Amy Totenberg, whilst Her Honor viewed the shenanigans being perpertrated by the State of ...
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Six Years The Lurker

Illustration from the Kaspersky Labs Document. Dan Goodin, writing at ArsTechnica, provides us with the surreptitious history of the malice-filled code-miscreant APT monikered Slingshot; of which, is apparently an alternatative mwthod of ...
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Another Flawed Bit of Intel Corp Nonsense, The Active Management Technology Vector

Reportedly, Harry Sintonen, empolyed at F-Secure as a security researcher, discovered during the course of his labors - a flaw in Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) firmware. Ooops. As is typical of ...