This Week in Security: Malwarebytes Goes Nuts, Uber

I got a rude awakening Wednesday morning this week. HaD writers don’t necessarily keep normal hours — don’t judge. A local client called, complaining that Google Maps was blocking on …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: Malwarebytes Goes Nuts, Uber

What’s Old is New Again: GPT-3 Prompt Injection Attack Affects AI

What do SQL injection attacks have in common with the nuances of GPT-3 prompting? More than one might think, it turns out. Many security exploits hinge on getting user-supplied data …read more Continue reading What’s Old is New Again: GPT-3 Prompt Injection Attack Affects AI

This Week in Security: 11,000 Gas Stations, TrustZone Hacks Kernel, and Unexpected Fuzzing Finds

Automated Tank Gauges (ATGs) are nifty bits of tech, sitting unseen in just about every gas station. They keep track of fuel levels, temperature, and other bits of information, and …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: 11,000 Gas Stations, TrustZone Hacks Kernel, and Unexpected Fuzzing Finds

2022 Cyberdeck Contest: The Black Beast Will Help You Survive a Robot Apocalypse

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With AI systems getting smarter every day, one might wonder if they might someday evolve into a sentient Skynet-like system and try to take over the world. We’re not sure …read more Continue reading 2022 Cyberdeck Contest: The Black Beast Will Help You Survive a Robot Apocalypse

This Week in Security: Malicious Clipboards, Snakes on a Domain, and Binary Golf

There’s a bit of a panic regarding Chromium, Google Chrome, the system clipboard, and of all things, Google Doodles on the New Tab Page. It’s all about Chromium issue 1334203, …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: Malicious Clipboards, Snakes on a Domain, and Binary Golf

This Week in Security: In Mudge We Trust, Don’t Trust That App Browser, and Firefox at Pwn2Own

There’s yet another brouhaha forming over Twitter, but this time around it’s a security researcher making noise instead of an eccentric billionaire. [Peiter Zatko] worked as Twitter’s security chief for …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: In Mudge We Trust, Don’t Trust That App Browser, and Firefox at Pwn2Own