A new and allegedly super secure microkernel was made open source today, a move that could have serious security implications across a number sensitive and increasingly connected fields.
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Despite FBI claims that CryptoLocker was neutralized in the GameOver Zeus botnet takedown, a researcher says that the ransomware is alive and evolving new variants.
An easily available and stout defense against cross-site scripting – content security policy – is sparsely deployed because it is not compatible with most websites.
Google has failed to implement certificate pinning in its official iOS Gmail application, which could enable Man-in-the-Middle attacks exposing encrypted user communications.
A pair of Android vulnerabilities in ever version prior to KitKat could give an attacker the ability to make and end phone calls and send USSD codes using a malicious application.
Microsoft fixes 29 security vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, and Server Software in its July 2014 Patch Tuesday release.
The Miniduke APT campaign is back in business with new tools to steal data from new targets in an assortment of countries from all over the globe.
A new piece of Android malware leaks data, steals banking credentials, hijacks bank accounts, and serves as a remote access tool.
Apple updates Mavericks, iOS, Safari, and AppleTV with a long list of patches for critical security vulnerabilities.
Google has fixed a security vulnerability in it’s cloud storage service, Drive, which could have leaked sensitive data to third parties.