Tag Archives: wearable devices

Virus Bulletin 2014: Leaking data of the quantified self

Quantify yourself much?  Candid Wüest of Symantec gave a fascinating presentation on the lax security in various wearable devices at the 2014 Virus Bulletin conference in Seattle.  The so-called “quantifiable self” is a trend in gadgetry that most people will be aware of, if not necessarily by name.  Probably the most famous example is the […]

Black Hat 2014: Google Products Might be Watching… Maliciously

Both Android and wearable device security have been a common topic among talks at Black Hat this year, and it seems Google may have passed on some unintentional headaches in both arenas. Jeff Forristal of Bluebox spoke on worrisome security practices used by Android that affected all Android users since January of 2010. Dubbed “FakeID,” […]

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