Sunday, April 6, 2014

Top 5 Infosec links of the week (XIX)

Search for software engineers skilled in security, cloud services attacked, DDoS massive giants game industry, hackable cars and safer browsers. The five top post this week by the Sunday collection.

Will it attract our attention if a politician decides to talk to the people conversationally? Definitely. What if you were offered a job? Even more. In the video that accompanies this article we see the Israeli finance minister asking security experts that are committed to Beersheba, “the next world capital of cybersecurity”, thanks to a technology park at the crossroads military, college students and some of the most important companies in the sector.

Security is news. And the many gaps in the cloud services of large companies as well leave this. The latter two, the corresponding Oracle, with 30 new vulnerabilities 0days that have not been patched, and the massive denial of service that Blizzard has recently suffered their servers online games WoW, Diablo III, and Hearthstone Starcraft.

The new car model, the Tesla Model S, promises to have a mobile application that allows you to open and locate your vehicle anywhere, pointing again to the possibility that an external attacker is able to steal or meet his whereabouts.
And we end up with a study on browsers and security, proving once again that time of IE version 6 have been far back in time. Internet Explorer is the browser that most malware blocks (99.99%), followed distantly by the Chinese liebao Browser and Google Chrome.
Top five topics of the week. Five News who drink from the same source. The securize the need for services, and provide legal remedies when not met.
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