Monthly Archives: March, 2016

  1. Car Hacking

    As computers have went from luxuries to necessities in our daily lives they have solved many problems for a lot of people and made life easier. The problem is that it also applies to people who wish to harm others in various ways. First, let us take into consideration the car hacking that has surfaced Read More…

  2. The SSH Extended Package

    Several weeks ago a new EP that adds SSH capabilities to the Application Software, General Purpose OS and Mobile Device Management PPs was released. Most of the SFRs and assurance activities in this EP should be familiar to anyone who has worked with previous PPs that had SSH requirements. What’s significant about this new EP Read More…

  3. OPENSSL GUIDE TO DROWN (CVE-2016-0800)

    More than 11 million websites and e-mail services protected by the transport layer security protocol are vulnerable to a newly discovered, low-cost attack that decrypts sensitive communications in a matter of hours and in some cases almost immediately, an international team of researchers warned Tuesday March 1 2016. More than 81,000 of the top 1 Read More…