Connected to Bluetooth? Beware of BlueBorne

BlueBorne as a new attack vector was discovered in September by Armis Labs. It affected Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, and the devices using them, including Amazon Echo and Google Home devices. Armis Labs and other researchers have posted online videos with their experiments and proof-of-concept hacks of Samsung Galaxy S8, Amazon Echo devices. BlueBorne is not something new. And though …

KRACKs and ROCA Security Protocol Vulnerabilities: Routers at Risk

WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access II) was considered to be a secure Wi-Fi encryption suite for around 13 years. It became an industry and home standard. As recent history tells us, there is nothing 100% hack-proof. Very recently a research group has detected a critical vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol called KRACKs (Key Reinstallation Attacks). It should be stressed that *most* of modern …