CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on North Korea Cyber Activities: A must-read story from wired.com reveals the truth about North Korea may seem virtually attractive. Its hockey team, combined with South Korea, has become the global symbol of dictator Kim Jong-un and calling for a better relationship with the South. Kim’s sister led the Pyeongchang charm offensive.
Day: February 16, 2018
Malwarebyte Labs revealed Kotlin, an open source programming language and official programming language that fully supports Android. Google said Kotlin includes security features to make apps “health-by-default.” Many applications have been built by Kotlin, from the hottest startups to Fortune 500 companies. (Twitter, Uber, Pinterest) Kotlin Kotlin, which is simple and expressive, reduces the amount
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Smart TV This story from welivesecurity.com shares an interesting concern that research shows that various attacks on smart TVs are possible and feasible, and generally do not require physical access to the device or interaction with the user. Having repeatedly proven that in the event of a malfunction, an Internet-enabled
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on New Ways to Exploit Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities: Over the past few weeks, the entire information security industry has been deeply concerned on ‘New Ways to Exploit Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities’ with both Meltdown and Specter, both types of vulnerabilities that can be used to address vulnerabilities in the way