Monthly Archives: December 2017




Instruments in smart phones such as the accelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensors represent a potential security vulnerability, according to researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), whose research was published in the open-access Cryptology ePrint Archive on 6 Dec. Using a combination of information gathered from six different sensors found in […]

How your phone may be vulnerable to hacking through its ...



Consumers struggling to afford health coverage are increasingly being targeted with an attractive pitch from insurance companies and brokers: Low-cost alternatives to Affordable Care Act plans that, they say, provide meaningful protection against large medical expenses. The main draw of these plans—called “short-term” because they can currently cover only 90 […]

Is ‘Short-Term’ Health Insurance a Good Deal?