Industrial control systems manufacturers are continuing to discover and provide fixes for the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability.
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A critical security vulnerability that existed in the Linux kernel for five years has now been fixed, but could cause system crashes, code execution, and privilege escalation.
Google resolved three highly rated security vulnerabilities in Chrome. US-CERT warns an attacker could exploit these bugs to take control of affected systems.
The NSF is awarding $15 million worth of grants to researchers who can implement new Internet architectures that move toward a more robust and secure Internet.
As the sophistication and deployment of PoS malware increases, organizations struggle to defend against even simple attacks.
The House Judiciary Committee has approved the USA FREEDOM Act, which aims to limit the NSA’s surveillance powers and revise the PATRIOT Act and FISA.
House Judicial Committee issues revisions to the USA FREEDOM Act, which will impose limits on the NSA’s ability to perform surveillance and spying.
Mobile device accelerometers emit uniquely identifiable data that could be used to track users without permission.
Google announced it will no longer allow ads to be displayed in the accounts of Apps for Education users nor will it scan those accounts for advertising purposes.
Mozilla yesterday released the substantially redesigned version 29 of its Firefox browser, including fixes for a number of critical and highly rated security vulnerabilities.