Posts From Raina Zakir

A $25 Raspberry Pi or similar tiny PCs could be used to hack SAP POS systems due to a critical vulnerability. SAP POS is client-server technology that belongs to the SAP for Retail line-up, it is widely adopted, it has

A PIN password might seem like a secure way to lock a device but, considering how easy it is for a stranger to peak over your shoulder, it might not be that all that secure. Soon, an app called IllusionPIN

Only a third of Fortune 500 companies deploy DMARC, a widely-backed best-practice security measure to defeat spoofing — forged emails sent by hackers — and fewer than one-in-10 switch it on, according to a new survey. The survey, carried out

Microsoft researchers detected a 300% increase in user accounts attacked over the past year, and 44% growth in the number of account sign-ins attempted from malicious IP addresses. The data comes from Microsoft’s latest Security Intelligence Report (SIR) released today

Google recently deleted around 300 apps from the official Play Store which were used to create what is being called one of the first Android botnets. Known by the name WireX, it included around 120,000 IP addresses across 100 different

On Monday, Google released the long-awaited Android 8.0 Oreo. The newest version of the OS contains many new features and behavior changes, as well as many security improvements and security-related changes. With Android 8.0 Oreo, the platform no longer supports

Ethereum and ICOs – the hackers keep getting rich. On Sunday, hackers stole nearly $500,000 in Ethereum from Enigma, a cryptocurrency investment platform provider that was preparing to raise money through an initial coin offering. The hackers took control of

A security flaw that could affect millions of cars has been identified, with researchers warning that there may be no fix available to protect susceptible vehicles. The exploit works by overloading the so-called CAN, or “car device network”, which connects