So you change your phone number, how do you let your peeps know how to contact you? If you said send a Tweet, well ... that's not such a good idea.Read More >
Twitter rolled out its new six-second video service called Vine, only to withdraw it temporarily due to privacy concerns.
According to the New York Times, early adopters found that when they accessed the profile section, they were sometimes in someone else's account, exposing email and even physical addresses.Read More >
Firesheep, the latest threat to Wi-Fi users, is free, open source, and easy for even the intermediate user to figure out. In fact, over the past three months, more than 1 million individuals have downloaded Firesheep and have the ability to see what other Wi-Fi users on an unsecured network are doing.Read More >
Using networked sensors that capture electromagnetic information, in conjunction with a laptop, Ericsson recently showcased an orange tree that sends Twitter messages in response to its environment--people touching its leaves, walking nearby, etc.Read More >
A recently discovered flaw in the SSL/TLS protocol was recently exploited by a Swiss researcher looking to prove that the vulnerability was more serious than some had thought. The bug, a hole in regeneration phase of SSL sessions that allows for "man-in-the-middle" attacks, was used to infiltrate Twitter servers and steal user login credentials.Read More >