A new coalition, Let’s Encrypt, announced today they will grant free HTTPS certificates to any site that needs one in 2015.
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Systems belonging to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were recently compromised, purportedly by Chinese hackers.
Adobe pushed out security updates for Flash Player this afternoon, addressing 18 different vulnerabilities, all critical, that could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.
The United States Postal Service is continuing its investigation into how a cyber attack at the agency managed to compromise both employees and customers earlier this year.
Tor said it wasn’t clear how or why the Tor Hidden Services were seized but that it was still trying to learn more in the wake of the digital sting.
Samsung this week fired back at NIST who warned last month that the company’s Find My Mobile service could be exploited.
The new Backoff variant ROM has tweaks that help the malware better evade detection and hinder the analysis process.
A new study examines how many device owners choose to leave their phones locked versus unlocked – and why.
Researchers with Microsoft have spotted a spike in Crowti, a ransomware similar to Cryptolocker that encrypts files on victims’ machines and then asks for payment to unlock them.
DHS sounded the alarm Monday on Dyre, the banking Trojan that’s been siphoning bank credentials from large enterprises and major financial institutions.