Month: July 2015

How to send encrypted emails

Long has the war for email privacy been fought – and it looks we’ll keep fighting far into the future. People have always wanted to make sure than only the recipient can read email messages. Some worry about identity theft and sensitive company data that can be stolen. Link: How to send encrypted emails

Security holes in the 3 most popular smart home hubs and Honeywell Tuxedo Touch

At the 2015 Intelligent Defense European Technical Research Conference in June, Tripwire security researcher Craig Young presented Smart Home Invasion and revealed zero-day flaws in the “brains” of Internet of Things platform hubs such as SmartThings hubs, Wink hubs and MiOS Vera. Link: Security holes in the 3 most popular smart home hubs and Honeywell …

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Anonymous says it hacked Canada’s security secrets in retaliation for police shooting of B.C. activist

A person associated with Anonymous wears a Guy Fawkes mask in front of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa. The hactivist group is calling for the arrest of one of their members killed by police in Dawson Creek, B.C. Justin Tang for National Post/File Link: Anonymous says it hacked Canada’s security secrets in retaliation for police …

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