Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor. There’s virtually no realm in healthcare today that isn’t adopting more technology. From real-time wireless access to your own health parameters through smart watches and wearables to implanted devices inside your … More Securing medical devices: Can a hacker break your heart?
ESET researchers uncover a previously unknown security flaw allowing an adversary to decrypt some wireless network packets transmitted by vulnerable devices. ESET Research has published its latest white paper, KrØØk – CVE-2019-15126: Serious vulnerability deep inside your Wi-Fi encryption. This blogpost summarizes that white paper, authored by researchers Miloš Čermák, Robert Lipovský and Štefan Svorenčík. For updated … More KrØØk: Serious vulnerability affected encryption of billion+ Wi‑Fi devices
If you own a Wi-Fi router, it may well be riddled with security holes that expose you to a host of threats. Five out of every six (83%) Wi-Fi routers in US homes and offices leave their users at risk of cyberattacks, because their firmware is inadequately updated for security vulnerabilities, research by The American Consumer … More Most routers full of firmware flaws that leave users at risk
A cybersecurity company called Bastille, from San Francisco has been doing some experimenting with hacking wireless mice and uncovered a flaw they say leaves millions of networks and billions of computers vulnerable to attack. It turns out that wireless mice from companies like HP, Lenovo, Amazon and Dell use unencrypted signals to communicate with computers. … More Hacking wireless mice: If it controls something, it can be abused