Security flaws in a widely used DNS software package could allow attackers to send users to malicious websites or to remotely hijack their devices. Millions of devices could be vulnerable to Domain Name System (DNS) cache poisoning and remote code execution attacks due to seven security flaws in dnsmasq, DNS forwarding and caching software commonly found in smartphones, … More DNSpooq bugs expose millions of devices to DNS cache poisoning
You know that malware is bad, but are you also aware of the various common ways in which it can infiltrate your devices? Malware has been one of the most common threats that netizens face daily. However, although you have heard about the various types of malware you can encounter, chances are you don’t know … More 7 ways malware can get into your device
In the rush to embrace IoT devices, we shouldn’t trade in our privacy and security for the added convenience. Ours is an interconnected world. We have smart doorbells, so we can check on our smartphones who rang, smartwatches to track our children’s’ locations, and fitness trackers to see how we are doing with our physical … More These things may be cool, but are they safe?
Cybersecurity nowadays requires more (and better) protective measures than ever before. These measures range from adopting what are acknowledged as best practices, through helping end-users to stay well-informed about upcoming threats and how to avoid them, to implementing internet security technology and keeping it up to date. In a dynamic environment where threats continually evolve … More Five ways to check if your router is configured securely
These days it seems that for every work device you use, you have a personal alternative. But this means having twice as many gadgets – two smartphones, two tablets or even two notebooks – and even more security concerns. To make things even more difficult, for many of these gadgets you ideally need to have … More How to handle multiple devices and passwords at once