RetDec will turn binaries into something more legible
Malware hunting biz and nautical jargon Avast has released its machine-code decompiler RetDec as open source, in the hope of arming like-minded haters of bad bytes and other technically inclined sorts with better analytical tools.?
Yo, NSA maths chaps, can you hear me? ? Black Hat man
Security researchers regularly set out to find implementation problems in cryptographic algorithms, but not enough effort is going towards the search for mathematical backdoors, two cryptography professors have argued.?
ACM Sir Stuart Peach is right ? but only to a point
The head of the British Armed Forces, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, has warned that Russia could cut off the UK by severing undersea communications cables.?
Campaigners say body 'will be pushed to block' large number
The British Board of Film Classification will be responsible for regulating age checks for UK users of online porn websites, if the government gets its way.?
Tech's too 'fast moving' for framework, but not for slurping your face
The Home Office has admitted the UK?s biometrics strategy won't be published until next year, as MPs slam an "unacceptable" delay of more than five years.?
Jha rule-breaker and pals confess IoT gadget hack crimes, now facing the slammer
A former New Jersey college student has copped to helping create and run the massive Mirai DDoS botnet.?
Six years' porridge. Dridex not laundry soap ? it's a Trojan
An employee of Barclays Bank who laundered thousands of pounds on behalf of Moldovan cybercriminals was yesterday sentenced to six years and four months behind bars in Blighty.?
Automated account-creator used bad passwords to detect when sites go bad
Researchers working on a technology to detect unannounced data breaches have found, to their dismay, that one per cent of the sites they monitored were hacked over the previous 18 months.?
Come for the free movies, stay to dig Monero for a stranger
Security experts claim four extremely popular video-streaming websites have been secretly loaded with crypto-currency-crafting code.?
IE haunted by ghosts of past bugs ? plus remote-code exec holes that'll chill your blood
Microsoft has kicked out its December batch of software security fixes, the final Patch Tuesday of 2017.?