For some time now, paleontologists have known of a giant prehistoric crocodylian known as Deinosuchus. Now, however, it has been confirmed that the reptile was capable of killing and eating dinosaurs – with some help from its “banana-sized” teeth.Conti… Continue reading Giant prehistoric croc likely dined on dinosaurs
A few years ago, scientists discovered the liver releases a hormone to suppress consumption of sweet-tasting food once a person has consumed high volumes of sugar. New research, led by the University of Iowa, has now homed in on exactly how this mechan… Continue reading Researchers uncover how your brain puts the brakes on sugar cravings
Vulnerabilities in a common wireless telecommunications standard could allow hackers to send a fake emergency alert message to almost anyone’s smartphone. Researchers from Purdue University and the University of Iowa say they’ve discovered 10 new vulnerabilities in the 4G LTE protocol that can disrupt victims’ devices in several ways. They present the new findings in a paper published last month that showcases a tool they developed in order to detect such vulnerabilities. Among the new attacks, the researchers highlight an authentication relay attack, which they say allows an attacker to connect to an LTE network while spoofing another existing device’s identity and location. This is done without having legitimate credentials. “Through this attack the adversary can poison the location of the victim device in the core networks, thus allowing setting up a false alibi or planting fake evidence during a criminal investigation,” the paper says. The researchers explain that the 4G LTE protocol […]
The post Researchers uncover 4G LTE exploits that can be used to spy, spoof and cause panic appeared first on Cyberscoop.
The 22-year-old student used a keylogger he called the “Hand of God.”
The post Student charged by FBI for hacking his grades more than 90 times appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Continue reading Student charged by FBI for hacking his grades more than 90 times