Forget pills, tattoos will be the password of the future
Much has been said about Motorola's password pill, but the company is also advocating the use of an electronic tattoo to replace passwords, and render two-step verification security measures useless.
Chinese hackers steal info on dozens of U.S. military projects, Australian spy building
Chinese hackers have stolen the designs to more than two dozen U.S. military projects, as well as the blueprints to Australia's new spy headquarters.
Can drones stop German graffiti artists? One railway thinks so
A German railway company is employing drones in order to crack down on graffiti artists. But will the company's new security feature prove to be a privacy liability?
Reporters Getting Sued For 'Hacking' With A Simple Google Search
Two telecom companies are pursuing legal action after Scripps News journalists hacked into their servers. The elite hacking tools used: Google Search and an open source command line script called Wget.
Twitter Releases Two-Factor Authentication, SEA Shakes Fists In Rage
Twitter has finally, after months of begging and account hijackings, released its two-step verification system. But is it good enough for the organizations that need it the most?
PayPal: Passwords Are Dead, Long Live Biometric Security
Too many people have too many services requiring cumbersome passwords, says PayPal's Chief Information Security Officer, Michael Barrett. Will 2013 be the death of the password and the rise of biometrics?
U.S. Government Becomes Biggest Malware Buyer, Stoking Fears Over Security
The U.S. government is buying software vulnerabilities and exploits, driving a massive underground market, but it isn't sharing its information with software companies. Cybersecurity experts worry an aggressive U.S. policy towards exploits could squelch attempts at building a strong cyber defense.
Virginia Tech Survivor Introduces Campus Safety App
Kristina Anderson, a survivor of the 2007 Virginia Tech shootings has helped develop a new application. This application will aid students and campus security in preventing and informing about violent crime and suspicious activities.
Samsung SNS Shows Smart Locks At 2013 ISC West: Who Needs Keys Anymore?
Samsung SNS showed off their new smart locks at this week's Las Vegas security conference, 2013 ISC West.
iOS 6.1.3 Jailbroken Already? New Apple Lock Screen Bypass Flaw Discovered
Is a new iOS 6.1.3 lock screen vulnerability an omen of things to come?
Samsung Galaxy S3, Note 2: New Lockscreen Security Exploit Discovered (Video)
A new Samsung lockscreen exploit allows access to any app, even if the smartphone is securely locked with a pattern, PIN, password or face detection
Researchers Bypass Galaxy Nexus Android Security By Freezing Smartphones For An Hour
German scientists discover Android's encrypted data can be accessed on the Galaxy Nexus if you freeze it first
Lock Screen Security Flaw Threatens Samsung Smartphones (Video)
Attackers can potentially bypass the Galaxy Note 2's lock screen and access data and functions due to flaw.
Hackers Attack Evernote: 50 Million Passwords Need A Reset
Evernote users need to reset their passwords after a hack attack on the company.