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Among the things one can find with Shodan, the search engine for the Internet of Things, are trucks, buses and delivery vans that have been equipped with the Telematics Gateway Unit (TGU) device and a modem to connect to the Internet. What’s more, security researcher Jose Carlos Norte says that this setup can be misused […]

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At this time of year I’m usually getting ready to travel to #virus bulletin, maybe the year’s most important #conference for an anti-#malware researcher. The agenda looks as good as ever, though, with a keynote from Ross Anderson to kick things off. Other presentations that caught my eye included Does prevalence matter? Ranking anti-malware products […]

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Two Belgian security researchers from the University of Leuven have driven new nails into the coffin of the RC4 encryption algorithm. A published paper, expected to be delivered at the upcoming USENIX Security Symposium next month in Washington, D.C., describes new attacks against RC4 that allow an attacker to capture a victim’s cookie and decrypt […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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