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A security flaw in Infineon smart cards and TPMs allows an attacker to recover private keys from the public keys. Basically, the key generation algorithm sometimes creates public keys that are vulnerable to Coppersmith’s attack. Read More

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They’re actually Arris routers, sold or given away by AT&T. There are several security vulnerabilities, some of them very serious. They can be fixed, but because these are routers it takes some skill. We don’t know how many routers are affected, and estimates range from thousands to 138,000. Among the vulnerabilities are hardcoded credentials, which […]

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Microsoft has urged all Skype users to change their passwords, following user reports that spoof messages have been sent from their accounts without permission, reports The Register. This advice comes on the back of users first highlighting the issue on Skype’s official online community forum three weeks ago, which has drawn attention to the possible […]

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