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New research by Mozilla has uncovered a potentially grave threat facing millions of consumers globally, in a market that many might have thought would never previously have been affected. The automotive industry has been undergoing a vast transformation over the past decade, and the electrification of many vehicles has brought significant improvements to the way […]

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Short links are everywhere these days. All these bit.ly, ow.ly, t.co, t.me, tinyurl.com and the like have long since become a familiar part of the online landscape. So familiar, in fact, that most users click on them without thinking twice. But thinking is never a bad thing. With that in mind, we explain below how […]

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Israeli security researcher Mordechai Guri of Ben-Gurion University has published a study on yet another method of exfiltrating data from an air-gapped network. This time, he found a way to transmit data using radio waves from the CPU, more specifically from its power supply. This method of data exfiltration requires the attacker to be no […]

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