More than two months after it emerged, more than 300,000 machines on port 443 remain vulnerable to the OpenSSL Heartbleed security vulnerability.
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The House of Representatives yesterday passed an amendment that reins in NSA surveillance by cutting Department of Defense funds.
Google and Microsoft will implement ‘kill switches’ into their mobile offering in response to petitions from elected officials claiming that a similar Apple feature has deterred theft and violent crime.
The FTC is seeking help from hackers at DEF CON to help lure and identify the perpetrators of illegal robocalling scams, whether they are criminal or corporate.
Geohot’s latest Android rooting tool relies on a privilege root access, escalation vulnerability affecting the majority of commercial Android builds.
A hacker group is demanding a €30,000 ransom payment after compromising systems belonging to Domino’s in France and Belgium and stealing 600,000 customer records.
Microsoft doubles down on claims it does not scan user files or monitor user communication in order to target advertisements to its customer.
Ever since the Zeus source code leaked in late 2010, criminals have been creating highly customized, difficult-to-detect versions of it that target very specific services.
ICS-CERT has issued an alert warning that a certain software that manages electronic highways signs contains a vulnerability that makes such signs susceptible to hacking.
Vodafone released its first transparency report today revealing that a small number of countries have a direct link to its network in order to collect data.