AI Chatbot “DoNotPay” Lets You Sue Equifax For Up To $25,000 Without a Lawyer

An AI chatbot is created to help victims of Equifax Breach to sue hacked credit report giant Equifax without a lawyer. Equifax’s security failure affected 143 million US consumers, approximately half of the US population.The data breach is one of the biggest ever reported in the US and victims are at risk of identity theft … Continue reading “AI Chatbot “DoNotPay” Lets You Sue Equifax For Up To $25,000 Without a Lawyer”

IBM’s DEFFEND will detect Fraud using your SmartPhone

Researchers at IBM have developed a financial fraud solution known as DEFFEND. Short for Dispersed Financial Fraud Enhanced Detection, DEFFEND sits on top of classical fraud detection solutions. It takes your existing fraud detection to the next level, with personalized protection that is built into your clients’ smartphone devices. Most of us keep our mobile … Continue reading “IBM’s DEFFEND will detect Fraud using your SmartPhone”

DolphinAttack Can Take Control of Siri and Alexa with Inaudible Voice Command

Hackers can take control of the world’s most popular voice assistants by whispering to them in frequencies humans can’t hear. Chinese researchers have discovered a terrifying vulnerability in voice assistants from Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Samsung, and Huawei. It affects every iPhone and Macbook running Siri, any Galaxy phone, any PC running Windows 10, and … Continue reading “DolphinAttack Can Take Control of Siri and Alexa with Inaudible Voice Command”

IllusionPIN for Tricking the Eye to Defeat Shoulder Surfing Attacks

Every ATM or smartphone user can attest to the discomfort of having a stranger standing close enough to observe a financial transaction — and potentially note a PIN or account number. Now researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have announced a first-of-its-kind application to combat such “shoulder-surfing,” whether in person or via a … Continue reading “IllusionPIN for Tricking the Eye to Defeat Shoulder Surfing Attacks”

Defeating Cyberattacks on 3D Printers

Rutgers University and Georgia Tech engineers have devised three ways to combat cyberattacks on 3-D printers: monitoring printer motion and sounds and using tiny gold nanoparticles. 3D Printers will be attractive targets because 3D-printed objects and parts are used in critical infrastructures around the world, and cyberattacks may cause failures in health care, transportation, robotics, … Continue reading “Defeating Cyberattacks on 3D Printers”