University Fools Hackers into Sharing Tactics

The DEEP-Dig method tricks hackers onto a decoy site set up to record whatever sneaky tactics are thrown at it. This information is then fed into a computer, where it is analyzed.

Researchers Discover Way to Defend Against Side-channel Attacks

Researchers Discover Way to Defend Against Side-channel Attacks - Cybersecurity news - Innovation and Research
Researchers have unveiled a technology that is 100 times resilient to electromagnetic and power cosumption-based attacks, that will ultimately curb side-channel attacks against IoT devices.

A new way for securing web browsers from hackers

The approach shifts some of the browser code into “secure sandboxes” that prevent malicious code from taking over the user’s computer.

CWE list now includes hardware security weaknesses

The Mitre Corporation has released version 4.0 of the Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) list, which has been expanded to include hardware security weaknesses.

New Research Paper: Prevalence and Impact of Low-Entropy Packing Schemes in the Malware Ecosystem

Packing an executable is similar to applying compression or encryption and can inhibit the ability of some technologies to detect the packed malware.

Cybersecurity alliance launches first open source messaging framework for security tools

A new language framework designed to breach fragmentation gaps between cybersecurity tools has been released to the open source community by the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA).

Tiny cryptographic ‘chip of everything’ aims to eliminate counterfeiting

Your Smart Air Conditioner Could Help Bring Down the Power Grid: Princeton University Researchers

MIT researchers stop hackers

Cybersecurity mistake meant Macs could have hosted nasty files

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