Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#456 Radio attack lets hackers steal 24 different car models
For years, car owners with keyless entry systems have reported thieves approaching their vehicles with mysterious devices and effortlessly opening them in seconds. After having his Prius burgled repeatedly outside his Los Angeles home, the New York Times‘ former tech columnist Nick Bilton came to the conclusion that the thieves must be amplifying the signal from the key fob in the house to trick his car’s keyless entry system into thinking the key was in the thieves’ hand. He eventually resorted to keeping his keys in the freezer.
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#460 73 percent drop in financial Trojan infections but threat is far from neutralized
#459 Hackers find it more lucrative to target banks, not customers
#458 Tor Project says it can quickly catch spying code
#457 To stop the hackers, security teams need to share more data on attacks
#456 Radio attack lets hackers steal 24 different car models
#455 Encryption securing money transfers on mobile phones can be broken
#454 StartSSL Domain validation (vulnerability discovered).
#453 Everything you need to know about the iMessage security flaw patched by iOS 9.3
#452 About the security content of OSX El Capitan v10.11.4 and security update 2016-002
#451 FBI 'may be able to unlock San Bernardino iPhone'
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