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Software development has shifted from simply a technical process to an exercise of social morality. In the same way crash testing became a mandated part of automotive manufacturing once cars became ubiquitous, security must become a part of the software development life cycle from the beginning. As with vehicle safety, software security is often an […]

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Security researcher Eric Sesterhenn of X41 D-SEC GmbH has unearthed a number of vulnerabilities in several smart card drivers, some of which can allow attackers to log into the target system without valid credentials and achieve root/admin privileges. “A lot of attacks against smart cards have been performed in the past but not much work […]

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The mobile application that accompanies many Hyundai cars exposed sensitive information that could have allowed attackers to remotely locate, unlock, and start vehicles.
The vulnerability was patched in the latest version of the mobile app released in March but was publicly disclosed on Tuesday.

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