Month: September 2017

Bluetooth Exploits, Zero-Day in the Wild & Weaponising AI

  Bluetooth Exploit Effects 5 Billion Devices – Eight Bluetooth vulnerabilities discovered by security researchers, collectively named BlueBorne, have been found to affect over 5 billion Bluetooth enabled devices. Impacting all the major manufacturers that have Bluetooth in their products, the devices range from smartphones to smart cars. 3 of the 8 flaws are ratedRead more »

Special Report – A View on Cyber Security from the US Director of National Intelligence

  Special Report – A View on Cyber Security from the US Director of National Intelligence The Director of National Intelligence, Daniel Coats has outlined how cyber security has risen to the top of the US’s national security concerns. Speaking at the annual Billington CyberSecurity summit, he outlined how America’s adversaries have become increasingly capableRead more »

Daily Cyber News 12 Sep 17

  Apache Struts Vulnerabilities Increasingly Exploited  – Cisco has now launched an investigation into its products that use the Apache Struts2 web application framework. The widespread open-source software package that has caused one of the most devastating data breaches of all time, is a free web developing application in the Java programming language. However, asRead more »

Daily Cyber News 11 Sep 17

  Apple iOS 11 Locked Down – With the recent leak of Apple’s upcoming product launch that outlines potentially all the products the company is about to launch at tomorrow’s annual event, security researchers have been shifting through the leaked iOS 11 developers code and found that the new OS has new security features toRead more »