RSA and other security firms warn of the increasingly successful session hijacking Trojans and give advice on protecting corporate property against them.
With or without our knowing it, we leave bits of information here an there when surfing the Net, bits that when put together may reveal a lot more than you would think.
Keyless entry systems are ubiquitous, from locking your car to accessing the restricted corridors of government and corporate power. It's therefore troubling to learn Wikipedia reading egg heads have cracked the encryption of a device widely used in a variety of keyless entry systems. There goes the girlfriend's VW, you thought you'd locked.