WordPress announced on Reset the Net day that it would encrypt all of its wordpress.com subdomains with SSL by the end of 2014.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso discuss the changes in the year since the first stories broke regarding Edward Snowden and the NSA and the new OpenSSL vulnerability.
A handful of apps purporting to specialize in virus detection and scanning were recently removed from both Google Play and Amazon after being deemed fake.
Microsoft said it will patch a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer in its June 2014 Patch Tuesday security updates.
Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith lays out five areas where the U.S. government needs to make positive strides in reforming surveillance.
Noted researcher Dan Farmer published a paper on the depth and breadth of IPMI vulnerabilities in server Baseboard Management Controllers, and the news isn't good.
Linksys router contains an authentication bypass vulnerability that could give an attacker full administrative privileges on affected devices.
There is a new, remotely exploitable vulnerability in OpenSSL that could enable an attacker to intercept and decrypt traffic between vulnerable clients and servers.
A SCADA vulnerability could trigger a denial of service condition and go on to compromise the software’s communication connections, resulting in system instability is left unpatched.
DARPA announced that the finale of the Cyber Grand Challenge will be held during DEF CON 2016. More than 30 teams have signed up to build the best automated network defense system.
The past year has seen a tremendous amount of change and turbulence in the security and privacy communities, much of it related to the NSA surveillance revelations. One of the things that has come out of all of the discussions and debates is a greater focus on the importance of encryption, especially encrypting email and […]
Google has released an early version of a Chrome extension that provides end-to-end encryption for data leaving the browser. The extension will allow users to encrypt emails from their webmail accounts.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking comments from the public on it's latest cryptographic hash function, SHA-3.
A popular WordPress plugin could leave potentially millions of websites vulnerable if left unpatched.
Open source cryptographic library GnuTLS recently patched a remote code execution and denial of service vulnerability.
The effect of the takedown of the GameOver Zeus botnet this week has been immediate and significant. Researchers who track the activity of the peer-to-peer botnet's activity say that the volume of packets being sent out by infected machines has dropped to almost zero.
Malware capable of infecting point-of-sale devices once was a novelty, but it’s quickly becoming more common. Researchers at Arbor Networks have unearthed a new strain of PoS malware called Soraya that can scrape memory and has the ability to intercept information sent from Web forms, a specialty of the Zeus malware family. Soraya also has […]