How malware can steal data from an airgapped computer using FM radio waves

How can hackers exfiltrate data from computers which have no connection with the outside world?

Israeli researchers demonstrate how they can hide data in radio emissions surreptitiously broadcast via a computer’s video display unit, picking up the signals on nearby mobile phones.

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“Assume every unpatched website running Drupal 7 was compromised”

Content management system Drupal has issued a chilling public service announcement to website admins and internet users who might visit the hundreds of thousands of sites running its software.

Assume your Drupal 7 website is compromised unless you updated it to 7.32 before Oct 15th, 11pm UTC.

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Private data leaks after being left on publicly accessible server – when will firms learn?

The personal details of 300,000 people (including social security numbers) were left on a publicly accessible folder, open to anybody on the Internet who knew how to perform a Google search.

Who needs to exploit a website vulnerability, or sloppy password security, when companies are this careless?

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.

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