Generative AI has the potential to revolutionize cybersecurity, but caution must be exercised to mitigate risks and ensure a balance between automation and human expertise.
Security researchers discover new tampering technique called Fake Lockdown Mode that can bypass Apple’s Lockdown Mode on iPhones.
Fake Lockdown Mode is a tampering technique that tricks users into thinking their device is in Lockdown Mode, allowing hackers to launch covert attacks on compromised iPhones.
New legal requirements for age verification before accessing online pornography have raised concerns about privacy and security, as a report highlights potential risks associated with mandatory age verification and questions the effectiveness of age verification technologies.
The P2Pinfect botnet, developed in Rust, has evolved to target a wider range of devices, specifically those utilizing MIPS architecture, posing a significant threat to embedded devices and requiring enhanced security measures.
Researchers at EURECOM have discovered a new attack technique called BLUFFS that exploits vulnerabilities in Bluetooth versions 4.2 to 5.4, compromising the security of the session key and allowing for decryption of transmitted data and interception of future connections.
Staples, a major office supply retailer, experiences a cyberattack that temporarily disrupts their online order processing and delivery systems, as well as their communications and customer service lines.