The global car sharing market is expected to grow because of government anti-pollution initiatives, increased taxi fares, and the reduced need for personal vehicles due to remote work. However, car sharing may encounter trust issues between customers and car owners along with some security concerns.
Reverse engineering can help you accomplish some of the most challenging tasks: researching malware, analyzing intellectual property rights violations, maintaining undocumented code, and enhancing the security of embedded systems. Yet this process often requires a lot of manual analysis. So is there a way to fully automate reverse engineering?
Embedded software is a popular target for hacking, since embedded systems are present in almost all modern devices. Securing embedded software requires expert development skills, as embedded devices are severely limited in the amount of code they can run, and updating security configurations after release is sometimes impossible. That’s why developers have to be extremely attentive when searching for potential vulnerabilities.
To implement functionality that allows your macOS application to access files and folders on a remote server, you usually have to use third-party solutions to create your own file system. In iOS, this issue is eliminated thanks to the File Provider extension.
Timely software modernization helps to keep software secure, efficient, and in compliance with legal requirements. But some types of modernization like refactoring require a great many resources to perform while posing a risk of introducing new bugs and vulnerabilities.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have made the futuristic idea of self-driving cars a reality. Today, automotive industry leaders including BMW, Volvo, and Tesla leverage AI capabilities to improve manufacturing, increase supply chain efficiency, and make our driving experience safer, more comfortable, and more entertaining.
Developers apply API hooking practices to better understand how a system works, alter the behavior of an operating system or an application, detect malicious code, and build strong products.
Cross-browser testing ensures a proper user experience across various devices, operating systems, and browsers so that users always see a web application the right way and you won’t lose customers because of page layout errors.
To create new products, it’s important to have standardized and reliable components. For example, home builders build houses using bricks of a standard size. In programming, we have development standards. One of these standards is the Component Object Model (COM), created by Microsoft.
Man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks are a serious cybersecurity issue, especially in the IoT field where attackers use them to break into networks and intercept data. Both individual users and companies can be vulnerable to such attacks, since we all use lots of network-connected devices.