Headlines like "Devastating Heartbleed Flaw Was Used in Hospital Hack" and others tend to make one wonder if anybody is paying attention. The hackers are letting the security firms do the grunt work of finding flaws and then all they have to do is troll for sites don't update.
Coinciding with the cascading avalanche of information on the disaster of Flight MH17, there is an influx of malware, false stories, and spam, permeating the internet.
The vulnerability is codenamed TowelRoot after a rooting tool that was released for rooting mobile devices that uses this vulnerability to root most mobile devices on the market.
Detecting spoofed Ips and geo-targeting. A national infrastructure like this would also expose ISPs and routes that allow non-network IPs to originate from their network.
In computing , and life in general, we find ourselves often hearing new phrases that tend to evoke certain connotations. These Buzzwords are generally created for the benefit of marketing and brand recognition but can also be used to label campaigns or causes. The creation of Buzzwords have become so prolific that there are even games devoted to it.
The black market of hacking programs and routines are born out of a programming community of sharing and cooperation. Additionally, the struggle for internet security is set against mass marketing, mass distribution, and mass code refinement, which grows and spreads through open source creation and manipulation of various programs and scripts.
The Heartbleed code flaw, that was discovered using newly developed encryption testing tools, is a major code bug with far reaching implications. According to recent 'Honey Pot' reports the SSL code flaw was already being exploited by hackers.
Code project for map interface using jQuery attribute replace routine and a pan and zoom library for some large maps on window shades.
Woman who have recently graduated or who are currently enrolled in the computer science field, woman seeking to enter or further enhance their career in open source software programming, or even woman who do not want to code but simply wish to contribute to the open source community
A term, which you may have heard of, in the IT arena that is gaining a lot of momentum, is SDLC, Systems development life-cycle. Like many other IT terms its use is more of a vernacular acronym in the IT community then a pragmatic approach to system's development.