1. cageymaru

    PremiSys IDenticard System Vendor Ignores Security Researcher Findings

    A security researcher from Tenable Research discovered a hardcoded backdoor in the 3.1.190 PremiSys IDenticard system that "allows attackers to add new users to the badge system, modify existing users, delete users, assign permission, and pretty much any other administrative function." Security...
  2. DooKey

    Check Your Switch! Nintendo Fans are Reporting Cracked Consoles

    The Switch has been plagued with easy to scratch screens and disconnecting controllers and now they are apparently having trouble with the console cracking. Twitter users have been reporting this issue and to this point Nintendo hasn't commented on the potential problem. If you own a Switch you...
  3. DooKey

    Apple Will Seal Up Law Enforcement’s Favorite iPhone Cracking Method

    An upcoming version of iOS is going to stop law enforcement from using the USB port on iPhones to break into the phone. The feature is called USB Restricted Mode and if the phone is locked will limit access after one hour of inactivity. At this point the USB port will only allow charging. Apple...
  4. FrgMstr

    Don't Do KRACK - Breaking WPA2 WiFi Protocol

    Just when you thought that WPA2 was safe, think again. This new hack, called KRACK, Key Reinstallation Attack, is really really bad to put it in laymen's terms. Changing passwords does not make a difference. We will have to update firmware to fix this, and the IoT is likely going to make this...
  5. FrgMstr

    Shadow of War's Denuvo Cracked in One Day

    Middle-Earth: Shadow of War moves to the number one spot on the Crack Watch list in just one day of its release. Thanks to the awesome abilities of Denuvo anti-tamper technology, which is becoming the poster child for expensive bloatware. It is a shame that us gamers that buy the games have to...
  6. cageymaru

    Denuvo V4 Cracked Within a Month

    Denuvo is the new darling of publishers eager to install DRM on gaming titles to prevent their wares from showing up on file sharing websites. Denuvo certainly isn't the most liked solution, but as long as it gets the job done, then publishers are happy. Recently version 3 of Denuvo was...