Check out this engaging and entertaining cybersecurity ad that doesn’t include a single hoodie or (even more remarkably) any furtive keyboard typing in a darkened room.
Security researchers say that they have uncovered a new way to serve up malware to computer users, by exploiting the way in which videos are embedded inside Microsoft Office documents.
And Microsoft has no plans to fix it.
A UK company has received £600,000 of taxpayer’s money to develop detection software, trained with thousands of hours worth of video content posted by Islamic State.
A naked video of TV sports reporter Erin Andrews was filmed furtively through a hotel room peephole, and published online.
But the guy who took the video is only 51% to blame, apparently.
Humans could accidentally send viruses to aliens and infect extraterrestrial computers, claims a scientist from Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute.
Watch this video and tell me what you think.
Yesterday, I took my camera up to a hill outside Oxford and recorded a few thoughts on the internet of things.
Let me know if you’d like me to make videos more regularly.
Ask yourself this: Is your company’s sensitive data being stolen?
Hackers are becoming increasingly sneaky…
Read more in my article on the Intralinks blog.
The moral of this French computer security video is apparently that you should be wary of USB sticks (and crocodiles) in your Lego-built office.
Facebook users are once again being duped into helping fraudsters earn money, by sharing links claiming to link to a shocking video.
On this occasion the messages – which are spreading quickly across Facebook – claim to link to a gruesome video of a giant snake eating a zookeeper.
Don’t be tricked by the promise of a lurid, shocking or sexy video into doing the scammers’ dirty work for them.
Shocking beheading videos continue to be shared on Facebook, without any warning of their horrific content.
Shouldn’t Facebook be doing more?
Facebook has bowed to pressure, and removed a highly distressing video of a person being decapitated that they had previously refused to act upon.
But there’s no apology for those who were traumatised by the video, or for the distress caused to the family and friends of the murder victim.
NATO turns its eye to hacking and the politics of vulnerability disclosure, in a newly-released video.
By now, you’ve probably all watched (with jaws agog) the NSFW video where John McAfee describes – with the merest hint of sex and drugs – how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus.
But a closer analysis of the video shows that there’s more to it than meets the eye.
John McAfee says, while avoiding the Belize police, that he still gets plenty of people asking how they can uninstall the software bearing his name.