A team of 10 Biochemistry students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong has developed a way to store and en/decrypt data onto living bacteria cells. The project called ‘Bioencryption‘ was submitted to MIT’s iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) 2010 contest.
Eric Butler, a software developer from Seattle has exposed the vulnerability of popular sites like Facebook and Twitter. He has developed a Firefox extension called Firesheep, which makes use of the vulnerability of unsecured HTTP sites in order to demonstrate session hijacking. Firesheep sniffs out unencrypted HTTP sessions on any open Wi-Fi network and capture users’ […]
Everyone who opened today’s edition of The Times of India, where in a shock when they found their newspaper talking. The world’s largest circulated English daily, Times Of India surprised it’s readers by placing a small embed audio device inside the newspaper. As people opened the page, they heard a robotic […]