Adam Greenberg

Adam Greenberg

Reporter

Adam Greenberg joined SC Magazine as a reporter in July 2013. Born and raised in New Jersey, he graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in English and Textual Studies and worked nearly five years as a New Jersey municipal reporter before making the move to New York City. Follow Adam on Twitter: @writingadam

Most Recent Articles by Adam Greenberg

Android trojan sends premium SMS messages, targets U.S. users for first time

Android trojan sends premium SMS messages, targets U.S. users for first time

An SMS trojan for Android, known as FakeInst, has been observed sending premium SMS messages to users all over the world, including, for the first time, the United States.

A hundred Android apps, 150M downloads, vulnerable to Heartbleed

A hundred Android apps, 150M downloads, vulnerable to Heartbleed

Researchers with FireEye scanned more than 54,000 Android apps in the Google Play store and learned that more than a hundred, downloaded a combined 150 million times, are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.

Backdoors in Wi-Fi routers, said to be closed, can be reopened

Backdoors in Wi-Fi routers, said to be closed, can be reopened

Although said to be patched, researcher Eloi Vanderbeken discovered during the Easter holiday that backdoors existing in certain wireless routers can be reactivated.

NIST eyes removing flawed Dual_EC_DRBG alogrithm from guidelines

NIST eyes removing flawed Dual_EC_DRBG alogrithm from guidelines

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking to remove the flawed Dual_EC_DRBG algorithm from its guidelines.

Feedly fixes Android JavaScript code injection flaw, deems it "harmless"

Feedly fixes Android JavaScript code injection flaw, deems it "harmless"

A researcher wrote about a bug in the Android app for news aggregator Feedly that could enable JavaScript code injection, but even though it was fixed, the company did not really consider it a vulnerability.

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