Access and Source Code to Samsung Apps Left Unprotected on Public Server

The source code and security keys associated with a number of Samsung apps and projects have been discovered on unprotected server. Samsung’s SmartThings home automation platform was among the projects exposed in the compromise. The exposed server contained a code repository that was misconfigured and publicly available. In addition to the underlying code of several […]

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May 10, 2019
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‘Unhackable’ Encrypted Flash Drive eyeDisk Is, As It Happens, Hackable

According to the findings of Pen Test Partners, a U.K.-based cybersecurity firm, the “unhackable” eyeDisk, an allegedly secure USB flash drive that uses iris recognition to unlock and decrypt the device, is hackable. From a report: In its Kickstarter campaign last year, eyeDisk raised more than $21,000; it began shipping devices in March. There’s just one problem: it’s anything but “unhackable.” Pen Test Partners researcher David Lodge found the device’s…

May 10, 2019
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GCT to expand Vancouver port capacity

GCT Global Container Terminals is adding 215,000 TEU of annual container handling capacity to the Vanterm terminal at the port of Vancouver. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. GCT Global Container Terminals will invest $160 million in the Vanterm terminal to support innovation and add 215,000 TEU of annual capacity to its facility at the port of Vancouver. The announcement Friday reflects an on-going push by Vancouver’s three largest container terminals — Deltaport…

May 10, 2019
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Port Sudan Strikers Block All Roads to Port

Published on May 10, 2019 by Johanna Loock   ·   No Comments May 10: Workers in Port Sudan continue to strike to demand the acceleration of the procedures for their permanent contracts, which were due to begin at the start of May 2019. The temporary workers of the Sea Ports Corporation have closed all roads leading to the ports in Port Sudan. The sit-in, protesting the reluctance of the corporation in the implementation of…

May 10, 2019
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Microsoft vs. Google: Why this browser war isn’t about privacy

Microsoft Build 2019 In a week when Microsoft and Google hold dueling developer conferences, it is tempting to look at every announcement and every product decision as a left jab or a right cross in a never-ending prizefight between the two tech giants. That’s certainly the natural instinct when analyzing Microsoft’s decision to make privacy a key part of its corporate message at its Build developers conference this week. Microsoft…

May 10, 2019
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