Consumer GPS Devices Vulnerable To New Attacks

By Robert Vamosi | 12/11/12 3:58 AM

Turns out consumer-grade Global Positioning System (GPS) products are more vulnerable to attacks than previously thought, according to new research.

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Using Voiceprints As Passwords

By Robert Vamosi | 8/29/12 2:49 AM

A new voice-verification technology transforms your voice into password-like data strings.

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The Best Hacking Film You Haven't Seen (Yet)

By Robert Vamosi | 7/20/12 4:06 AM

When was the last time you saw a good documentary about the origins of computer hacking? Well, Code 2600, a new documentary film from a young filmmaker named Jeremy Zerechak comes really close to being both accurate and entertaining while at the same time scaring the pants off anyone who doesn't yet know that computer data is eternal and can be stolen by the wrong people if we're not careful. So it is fitting that the documentary, which is only available in limited release right now, will be shown next Friday at DefCon, the world's largest hacker conference and this year also celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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Improving All-or-Nothing Access To Mobile Apps

By Robert Vamosi | 7/13/12 7:17 AM

What if you could access some of your less-senstive apps right away, and have password protection for the more sensitive apps?

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