Tag: hardware

There are warnings from the DHS and FBI about a North Korean cyber operation dubbed Hidden Cobra.

US Government Warns of Hidden Cobra North Korea Cyber Threat

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Alert released on Tuesday warns the public about a campaign of hacking by the government of North Korea it has code-named “Hidden Cobra.”

Cisco said that it discovered a slew of new flaws in Foscam's indoor IP cameras that could expose the devices to remote attacks.

Cisco Talos finds More Flaws in Foscam Cameras

Cisco Systems is warning the public about a range of new vulnerabilities it has discovered in IP cameras from the firm Foscam, a popular maker of commercial and consumer surveillance cameras, the second trove of software security holes uncovered since June. 

Flaws in the NXP ColdFire Microprocessor could be widespread in embedded systems, security experts warn.

Flaw in MQX Operating System Could Put Internet of Things in Crosshairs

Flaws in software run by a range of microprocessors could be widespread in embedded systems, security experts and the Department of Homeland Security are warning.

Security holes in mobile applications leave home automation hubs by Insteon and Wink vulnerable to attack, a researcher at Rapid7 warns.

Hole in Mobile Apps Leave Home Automation Systems Vulnerable to Hacking

Mobile applications used with two, popular home automation platforms by Wink and Insteon fail to protect user login information, leaving the devices vulnerable to hacking, a researcher at Rapid7 found. 

Rhode Island and Virginia are the latest states to strengthen the role of paper ballots in voting, following reports of hacking during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Our Analog Future: Election Hacking puts Paper Ballots back in Vogue

Virginia is reverting from electronic to paper ballots while Rhode Island’s legislature this week passed a law to mandate audits comparing paper and electronic voting records.