Older versions of Amazon Echo are vulnerable, and though physical access to the device is needed, this is more achievable with second hand devices.
With warnings about stress testing response mechanisms, the Prudential Regulation Authority is putting the insurance industry on notice as to what it expects from the cyber risk market.
Researchers from five universities have published a paper demonstrating full key recovery for libgcrypt's implementation of RSA-1024.
True randomness is impossible to achieve with conventional hardware, and some applications are terrible at it, but are our current random number generators 'good enough' and is it worth using quantum technology to achieve better randomness?
Is the world's most popular content management system riddled with holes, exploits and vulnerabilities? and what can be done to change that? SC's Davey Winder reports...