Displaying items by tag: Charlie Miller

A story about US mercenaries going to work for the UAE Government, without obtaining the necessary American clearances, was claimed as an exclusive in 2019 by two Reuters reporters – even though the yarn had already been told three years earlier by a reporter for The Intercept.

Published in Security

The first woman to participate in the Pwn2Own hacking competition as an independent researchers has walked away empty-handed despite her attempt at hacking the Parallels Desktop in the virtualisation category succeeding.

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iTWire recently had an opportunity to chat with Gilad Bandel, VP Product and Marketing at Arilou Automotive Cyber-Security.

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iOS 5.0 received a generally good reception from iPhone owners. Two particular issues were reduced battery life, and the absence of Siri for the iPhone 4. Apple's done something about one, but not the other.

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Charlie Miller, a well-known security researcher in the Apple space, has found that your MacBook battery may-well be out to get you (if you don't get it first).

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Adobe is scrambling to patch Acrobat and Reader after a critical security vulnerability was disclosed last week.

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Thursday, 15 April 2010 08:31

Mac OS X Pwn2Own vulnerability patched

Apple has been forced to release another security update for Mac OS X just over two weeks after the last one.

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A prominent security researcher claims to have found 20 exploitable flaws in the Preview utility provided in Apple's Mac OS X to display PDF and other types of file. He's also found several in mainstream Adobe, Microsoft and open source applications.

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