Blog | SCADEMY - Secure Coding Academy - Part 3

Recovering from Spectre: JavaScript changes

- The web developer’s perspective -   Popular browsers have implemented temporary mitigations for recently discovered hardware vulnerabilities that might break existing JavaScript applications. We…

5th January 2018

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Mac OS X : A new trojan horse that is very hungry for your credentials!

The Keydnap malware looks like a simple image, when it actually is a …

13th July 2016

What The First Half of 2016 Has Told Us

SCADEMY has been enjoying a successful run during the first half of 2016, …

12th July 2016

40 Information Security Blogs You Should Be Reading

The recent Heartbleed bug that compromised two-thirds of all websites was a sharp …

16th June 2016

Apple stop patching QuickTime for Windows despite 2 active vulnerabilities

The Windows app hasn’t received an update since January, and security researchers from …

16th June 2016

Bug vulnerabilities in Chine’s mandatory filterng software

Recent reports indicate that the Chinese government is planning to extend the reach …

16th June 2016

Cyber sports – ever better than the real thing?

OPINION – Let’s confess it: while going to fitness clubs has its serious …

16th June 2016

FACEBOOK HACK CLAIMS Cyber criminals could use this trick to crack into your private messages

Cyber sleuths have discovered a scary Facebook security flaw which allegedly allows “malicious” hackers …

16th June 2016

Outlook letterbomb exploit cloud auto-open attacks in e-mail

One of a heaping collection of critical bug fixes pushed out by Microsoft …

16th June 2016

Vulnerabilities in industrial gas detectors require little skill to exploit

Gas detectors used in factories and other industrial settings to identify toxic conditions …

16th June 2016