We reported this issue to the Google Vulnerability Rewards Program (VRP). After much heckling from my former colleagues at Google, they quickly pulled this system offline. We also applaud Google for creating a program like the VRP and giving us the chance to share our story with a wider audience. At the time of this […]
We’re pleased to announce two-step verification as an optional extra layer of protection for your Linode account. Once enabled, logging in will require a six-digit security token in addition to your username and password. Happy to see Linode taking this step given their recent security issues. I’ve been a happy customer of Linode for a […]
Fascinating look into both some of the tools Anonymous uses to launch it’s attacks and how it/they attempt to stay anonymous.
Oops, just because it doesn’t look like a browser doesn’t mean it doesn’t suffer the same security holes.
Bank of America, we weren’t hacked instead we are just incompetent.
The bad habit isn’t Google patching security holes it’s Adobe not patching them first.
Nice intro to timing attacks along the way.
I’m safe at least at the moment, how about you?
Even the technology journalism sites can’t get things right on occasion.
Journalism unfortunately by it’s nature leads people with limited training in any area other than writing to report on areas upon which they have no or limited knowledge thus leading them to say incorrect/stupid stuff.