New year, new vulnerabilities: Spectre & Meltdown

Two new vulnerabilities “Spectre” and “Meltdown” were recently discovered, affecting millions of systems worldwide. Please find our security advisory below.                                                        Summary Spectre and Meltdown are hardware vulnerabilities in … Continue reading New year, new vulnerabilities: Spectre & Meltdown

KRACKing WPA2

A new vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol was discovered by Mathy Vanhoef (researcher at KU Leuven) and published yesterday. The vulnerability - dubbed  "KRACK" - enables an attacker to intercept WPA2 encrypted network traffic between a client device (e.g. mobile or laptop) and a router. Depending on the network configuration it is even possible for an attacker to alter or … Continue reading KRACKing WPA2

Who is watching your home surveillance systems?

This morning, I heard on the radio that dozens of Belgian families were being watched through their own home surveillance system in Belgium. Nothing new here, as we already know for years that sites exist through which you can watch camera footage of unknowing victims, and this problem is not just limited to Belgium of … Continue reading Who is watching your home surveillance systems?