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.
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Linksys router contains an authentication bypass vulnerability that could give an attacker full administrative privileges on affected devices.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking comments from the public on it’s latest cryptographic hash function, SHA-3.
Those in control of the Asprox botnet are hiding their malware in emails purporting to come from the USPS.
Silent Circle has released a new version of its private text messaging and secure file transfer service for Android and iOS mobile devices.
eBay will ask customers to change their passwords today because of an attack that breached a server containing encrypted passwords and other information.
Beginning today, operators of instant massaging services that rely on the extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) are expected to deploy encryption into the messaging platforms they maintain.
Industrial control systems manufacturers are continuing to discover and provide fixes for the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability.
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.