In Other News | Posted 18 Feb 2013 | Comments Off on Burger King Hacked | 2,227 views

Burger King’s Twitter account has been hacked. The hacker quickly announced the sale to their arch rival McDonald’s. The hacked account now sports a McDonald’s logo and multiple fake tweets. Twitter has suspended the account. McDonald’s tweeted in response: We

In Other News | Posted 14 Feb 2013 | Comments Off on Adobe Exploits in the Wild | 1,733 views

The Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) has post an advisory for two nulnerabilities. This affects both Window and Mac OS X platforms. Adobe has acknowledged reports of malicious PDF files being sent in the wild.…

In Other News | Posted 26 Dec 2012 | Comments Off on Zuckerberg Privacy Issue | 2,788 views

Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, is upset that one of her Facebook pictures was a little more public than she intended. Callie Schweitzer was able to see the picture because of an indirect relationship between their …

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Instagram is about to update their Terms of Service. While new terms state that individual users own their content, user must agree to allow Instagram to use your likeness or photos for sponsored content or promotions (read “ads”). There’s …

In Other News | Posted 21 Oct 2012 | Comments Off on Medical Device Hacking | 1,513 views
NBC News has posted an article covering the recent GAO report about hacking of medical devices. According to the report
Defense In Depth | Posted 30 May 2012 | Comments Off on GTRI Launches Titan | 5,176 views
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has announced the launch of a new weapon to fight against industrial espionage. The project will help...
Communications | Posted 31 Jan 2012 | Comments Off on Mobile Device Privacy Act | 3,801 views

In light of the recent confusion and fingerpointing regarding the extend of CarrierIQ snooping, Representative Ed Markey has released a draft of the Mobile Device Privacy Act. The intent of the proposed legislation is require that cell phone consumers …

In Other News | Posted 17 Jan 2012 | Comments Off on Sites Go Dark to Protest SOPA | 5,825 views

Several popular website are going dark to protest the proposed SOPA/PIPA legislation. Wikipedia has announced that the English version of the site will be dark today. Other notable sites protesting the legislation include theĀ Tor Project, Reddit