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Thursday, September 03, 2015

Workers risk business data with gambling apps on their phones

Computerworld Security: September 03, 2015

Workers risk business data with gambling apps on their phones

The average company has more than one gambling app installed on some of its
employees' mobile devices, and in some cases as many as 35.

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1. Windows 10: Public enemy No. 1, or an OS like any other?

2. Check Point's SandBlast sandbox spells R.I.P. for ROP attacks

3. Long after reports of hacking, baby monitors remain woefully insecure

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Check Point's SandBlast sandbox spells R.I.P. for ROP attacks

Check Point software upgrade counters a technique attackers have used to evade
traditional sandboxes.

Long after reports of hacking, baby monitors remain woefully insecure

A security analysis of nine baby monitors from different manufacturers revealed
serious vulnerabilities and design flaws that could allow hackers to hijack
their video feeds or take full control of the devices.


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