Much of the Chinese Web was redirecting to the website of an anti-censorship firm for more than an hour yesterday.
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A hole in Android’s VPN feature could expose what should be securely communicated data as clear, unencrypted text.
Microsoft will continue to support the antimalware engine that protects Windows XP until July 2015, despite the operating system’s expected end-of-life in April.
The Department of Homeland Security is warning the maintainers of industrial control systems (ICS) about a remotely exploitable uncontrolled resource consumption vulnerability in Schneider Electric’s ClearSCADA software.
Twitter has begun enforcing HTTPS connections between applications and its API.
Adobe patched five critical vulnerabilities in its Flash, Reader, and Acrobat Players that could give attackers the ability to cause crashes and wrest control of affected machines.
A security tutorial demonstrating how to enable important security and privacy settings on Twitter.
Security researchers from Malware Must Die uncovered a new piece of ransomware called Prison Locker.
Researchers Sean Cross and Dr. Andrew Huang demonstrated yesterday at the Chaos Communication Congress that they could write arbitrary code onto various flash-based SD memory cards.
A Turkish hacking group compromised and defaced the website of OpenSSL, an open-source SSL and TLS encryption implementation resource.