Author: Jonah Berg-Ganzarain

New Data Shows Attackers Focusing More Attention on iOS
Hacking

New Data Shows Attackers Focusing More Attention on iOS

A new report released this morning by Skycure shows that attackers are beginning to focus more and more of their attention on iOS, even as attacks on Android are leveling out . This would be the first time in iOS’s 10 year history that attacks on that platform have outpaced that of its main […]

Study Finds Concerning Flaws in VoLTE Platforms
Hacking

Study Finds Concerning Flaws in VoLTE Platforms

In recent years as VoLTE (Voice over LTE) services have grown more popular and the nation’s four largest cellular networks have adopted it, security concerns have begun to arise. In a new study presented at the Symposium on Information and Communications Technology Security (SSTIC) three researchers from P1 Security found new vulnerabilities […]

Apple Announces New Anti-Tracking Feature for Safari
Privacy

Apple Announces New Anti-Tracking Feature for Safari

Apple on Monday announced new technology for its Safari browser called Intelligent Tracking Prevention that reduces cross-site tracking by further limiting cookies and other website data. This decreases the amount of tracking advertisements that advertisers can use on Safari’s desktop and mobile browsers, currently the fourth most popular desktop browser […]

Android Sensor Attack Can Guess PINs with 94% Accuracy
Device Security, Hacking

Android Sensor Attack Can Guess PINs with 94% Accuracy

With each new generation of smartphone, manufacturers are adding more and more sensors to enhance the user’s experience, but this also means that more and more apps are asking for blanket permission to use those sensors. This proliferation of sensors and permissions is creating serious privacy and security issues, as researchers at Newcastle […]