This report describes major security and privacy issues in several leading wearable fitness tracking devices and accompanying mobile applications.
Posts Tagged: Security
A look at how our Snifflab test environment works to collect packets and man-in-the-middle HTTPS communications for easy security research.
We are excited to announce the forthcoming publication of a research paper at the 5th USENIX Workshop for Free and Open Communications on the Internet. The paper explores the security levels of the top 500 websites in each category of the Alexa rankings.
Andrew Hilts presented Open Effect research at the 2015 Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium.
I’m excited to announce that Open Effect is among the recipients of The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s 2015-16 Contributions Program. The program seeks to fund independent Canadian privacy and security research. Over the next year, we will research the privacy and security of a range of wearable fitness trackers.