Domain fronting has a dwindling future
While U.S. lawmakers calling on tech giants to reconsider their bans, the practice may be soon a relic of the past.
Lawmakers call on Amazon and Google to reconsider ban on domain fronting
The technique is used to circumvent censorship and surveillance around the world.
Researchers found a semi-legit way to turn an Amazon Echo into a wiretap
The research describes how an inherent design flaw could turn the Echo into a remote voice recorder.
French marketing firm publicly exposes sensitive data of over 12,000 clients
The latest big AWS S3 exposure comes close in the shadow of GDPR, the European Union's new privacy protection legislation.
Industry braces for critical Intel security flaw impacting a decade's worth of chips
A critical security flaw in Intel processors will require an overhaul of operating system kernels after research found that decades worth of chips could be impacted by the vulnerability.
Florida-based credit firm left 111GB of sensitive customer data exposed on AWS server
UpGuard researcher Chris Vickery found another open S3 instance, with a Florida-based credit firm leaving extremely sensitive data on the public internet.