Project Sonar data reveals that thousands of rsync servers on the internet do not require authentication, potentially exposing the files and servers stored on those servers to anyone curious enough to take a look.
The Internet relies on BGP, but the protocol doesn't have any security protections to prevent route hijacking. NIST's draft paper outlines techniques for securing BGP for a safer Internet.
Why are attackers interested in compromising the Internet of Things? In this Decipher video, security experts discuss what attackers are looking for when they go after Internet-connected doorbells and other smart devices.
Recent changes by Google to Google App Engine and Amazon to Amazon CloudFront has shut down domain fronting. App developers will have to consider other options if they want to disguise their app’s network traffic to evade network blocks and government censors.
We forget that the Internet is pretty fragile and when something breaks, there is collateral damage. DNS hijacking and BGP leaks are two of the problems we haven't fixed yet, and there aren't any easy solutions.