Apple's first update for the iOS 8.1 mobile operating system includes bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements for older devices, and also addresses several security issues. [Read More]
A presentation at the upcoming Black Hat security conference will touch on the use of software-defined radio in blind signal analysis focused on targets from restaurant pager systems to airport radars. [Read More]
BlackBerry issued a patch to addresses a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2014-1468) that affects BlackBerry 10 smartphones and could enable an attacker to take control of the device with root/superuser rights. [Read More]
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