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Pierluigi Paganini January 28, 2015
Official NFL apps (both iOS and Android) Vulnerable to Easy Hacking

It is now emerging that the official NFL app for IOS and Android is vulnerable to easy hacking. The app apparently sends unencrypted data to NFL servers and can therefore be hacked by anyone monitoring user traffic. With only a few days remaining before the Superbowl, it is now emerging that the fans might be […]

Pierluigi Paganini December 14, 2013
Google Vulnerabilities out of bounty program, how is it possible?

Experts at Hacker Online Club published a post on Google vulnerabilities that are currently not under bug bounty program of the company. Today I desire to propose the information on Un-patched Google Vulnerabilities  published on the web site Hackers Online Club trying to understand a hacker how could exploit them. The first Google Vulnerability is a […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 29, 2013
Two-factor authentication, necessary but not sufficient to be safe

Adoption of a two-factor authentication process is necessary  to increase the robustness for authentication processes, but security is a process that must be cured at 360 degrees. Twitter finally deployed two-factor authentication to improve security of a user’s account, this is the response of popular social network to the various incidents occurred to some of […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 04, 2012
In the shadow of the Flame, Warner Bros, China Telecom & US Navy hacks

What’s happening while the world’s attention is on Flame malware? The cyberspace is a very turbulent place where groups of hackers daily attack governments and private industries. Governments, hacktivist, cybercrime opposing forces facing each other on the same board, a game of chess where the outcome is unpredictable and no shortage of twists. Stuxnet, Flame […]