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Cryptographers Asked To Solve Gauss Mystery

June 24, 2014

Antivirus researchers are asking for help from cryptographers to help decrypt a section of the new Gauss malware, a section they say could be used for Industrial Control System attacks like Stuxnet.

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Podcast: Erik Peterson On MAP 2.0

June 24, 2014

This week's podcast, Erik Peterson, Principal Engineer at Mocana, discusses MAP 2.0 with Robert Vamosi, and relates his experience bringing Mocana's unique mobile app protection solution to Apple's iOS.

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Satphone Encryption Cracked

June 24, 2014

In places where cellular communications is not possible, satellite phones have been used. These include sites of war, third-world countries, and out atop the ocean blue. Now a team of German researchers have found that encryption used in the popular GMR-1 and GMR-2 phones is mathematically weak.

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DeviceLine Podcast for January 13, 2012

June 24, 2014

... And we're back on the air.

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Smart Meters Hacked, Part Two

June 24, 2014

Yesterday, DeviceLine talked about two German researchers who could intercept and decipher what videos you were watching by eavesdropping on your smart meter. Today, DeviceLine is talking about a more serious concern: spoofing energy usage data from your smart meter.

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