Posts Tagged ‘vulnerability’

GPS Vulnerabilties Found

It’s not a big secret that GPS is yet another system built largely on trust. Researchers however found some interesting new flaws in GPS implementations including the expensive ones. Most interesting is the attacks could be conducted using equipment that cost only $2,500. That’s a bargain for creating chaos.

Another Java Attack

There’s another attack on Java via a new zero day flaw. This is why I don’t keep Java enabled in web browsers anymore. If you still do, I’d suggest turning it off. There’s a good chance you won’t miss it. I’ve yet to get there with Flash, but the day is coming. After the previous […]

Pavlovian Vulnerability

It seems like Ivan Pavlov’s theory of Classical Conditioning is demonstrated every time I install an extension. You follow the same mindless task of white listing the domain, so that you can install, then wait for the delay, and install. Restart your browser, and your done. It rather quickly gets to the point where you […]