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The banking industry spends a lot of effort, time, and money to protect bank cards. For years, their protection consisted of embossed digits and a signature field, but now smart chips and one-time passwords stand guard between your money and the criminals who want it. The new chip and PIN cards (an EMV standard) promised […]

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Trend Micro has discovered a new vulnerability that could bring into question the security of the Internet of Things. Our researchers have found a hole in the defenses of the systems on chips (SoCs) produced by Qualcomm Snapdragon that, if exploited, allows root access. This gives the hacker administrative authority over the hardware, which enables a wide range of […]

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The new trend on IFA 2015 — a trade-show for consumer #electronics — is all about innovations in technological integrity. Developers chase after hardware superiority no more; instead they are making connections between our everyday life and technology. For example, during a presentation from #kaspersky Lab, a man had a chip installed in his body. […]

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