All the news and highlights from Australia's largest IT security conference, taking place in the Gold Coast this week.
By Munir Kotadia
| May 20, 2008 -- 02:34 GMT (19:34 PDT)
| Topic: Security
AusCERT 2013: PRISM, soap, and kittens
AusCERT 2013: Nigerian scam victim tells her story
AusCERT 2013: Parrot Drone war
AusCERT 2013 day 1: Speed, fraud, and interruptions
PayIDs exposed at the hands of Aussie Cuscal-sponsored financial institution
New Payments Platform Australia confirms the affected data included PayID name and account numbers.
Medical device cybersecurity will be rubbish for 20 more years
Moscow's blockchain voting system cracked a month before election
French researcher nets $15,000 prize for finding bugs in Moscow's Ethereum-based voting system.
Backdoor code found in 11 Ruby libraries
RubyGems staff have removed 18 malicious Ruby library versions that have been downloaded 3,584 times since July 8.
Unpatchable security flaw found in popular SoC boards
Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ SoCs are normally used in automotive, aviation, consumer electronics, industrial, and military components.
YubiKey 5Ci: The world’s first Lightning-compatible security key
The new YubiKey 5Ci is the world’s first security key that features both USB-C and Lightning connectors on a single key.
Vulnerabilities in Google Nest Cam IQ can be used to hijack the camera, leak data
The indoor security device was subject to bugs which threatened user privacy.
iPhone warning: Apple blunder spawns new jailbreak, security threats
Apple breaks earlier patch in iOS 12.4, leading to new iOS jailbreak and security risks for iPhone and iPad users.
Adult website data leak connected private users to content uploads
An open database provided full access to user emails and the content they uploaded, liked, and shared.