NSAccess Control Lists

Last week, I attended the International Conference on Cyber Security at Fordham University in NYC. This event brought together participants from government, the private sector and academia. The closing session was a panel featuring the directors of the CIA, FBI and NSA… Read Full Article

GCM in malicious attachments

Android OS offers an interesting service known as Google Cloud Messaging, or GCM. This service allows small (up to 4 KB) messages to be sent via the Google server from their mobile devices in JSON format. These messages may contain any structured data, such as links, advertising information, or commands. Read Full Article

Microsoft Updates August 2013

Today, Microsoft released a set of eight security Bulletins (MS13-059 through MS13-066) for a broad variety of vulnerable technologies and exploit categories. The critical vulnerabilities are not known to be exploited publicly at the time of Bulletin release. The more interesting Bulletins… Read Full Article

Securing Your Email Space

Yesterday, Lavabit – a secure e-mail provider – announced that it’s closing down their operations. The official text and the Website looks like this: Lavabit was one of the very few secure e-mail service providers bringing security for its paid customers… Read Full Article

DefCon21 2013

World’s largest Hacker conference is taking place these days in Las Vegas, just after BlackHat. Over the weekend thousands of hackers from all over the world come together to present their research, compete with each other in the various contests… Read Full Article