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April 4, 2011  8:55 PM

RSA’s Achilles Heel Was…Adobe Flash

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Adobe Flash, compromise, hack, phishing attack, RSA, SecurID, zero-day

When RSA announced that it had discovered a network infiltration that allowed attackers to gain access to crucial information that could lead to the compromise of SecurID two-factor authentication tokens, it dubbed the attack "extremely sophisticated." In the wake of the discovery, the...

March 19, 2011  11:14 AM

RSA Vague on SecurID Hack Details

Posted by: Tony Bradley
advanced persistent threat, APT, compromise, hack, RSA, SecurID, two-factor authentication

RSA posted an open letter to customers this week revealing that it had been the target of an advanced persistent threat (APT) that led to the compromise of sensitive...

March 14, 2011  9:15 PM

If It Can Be Jailbroken, It Can’t Be Secure

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, hack, iOS 4.3, iPad, iPad 2, iPhone, jailbreak, jailbroken, root access

Apple deployed iOS 4.3 last week--the latest version of the mobile OS that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A day later, the OS had already been jailbroken. For...


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