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Tortuga Logic’s Radix™ Hardware Security Verification Solutions Licensed by Xilinx
“Tortuga Logic, a cybersecurity company specializing in system-level security, today announced a licensing agreement with Xilinx Inc. Under the license, Xilinx will use Tortuga Logic’s Radix™ series of security verification solutions to provide best in class security for the Xilinx programmable system-on-chip (SoC) portfolio.”
Selfblow exploits Tegra chipset vulnerability
“A white hat researcher by the name of Triszka Balázs recently identified a security vulnerability that reportedly “affect[ed] every single” Tegra-based device released so far – except for the Nintendo Switch. As Balázs points out, the Switch utilizes its own custom bootloader.
DHS warns of cybersecurity vulnerability in small airplanes
“The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) cybersecurity agency issued a security alert on Tuesday warning of a cyber vulnerability in small aircraft that could enable malicious actors to change key readings on the planes. The alert was issued after cybersecurity group Rapid7 reported to DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) that an aircraft’s Controller Area Network (CAN) bus system can be exploited by a cyber attacker if the hacker has physical access to the plane.”