The NSA now has a tool that can collect and temporarily store the content of every single foreign phone conversation in at least one country.
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Apache has released version 2.4.9 of its ubiquitous HTTP web server (HTTPD), resolving two security vulnerabilities and a number of other bugs in the process.
NTP amplification DDoS attacks are on the rise despite an effort to close off the holes in network time protocol servers that enable such attacks.
Microsoft ships a fix for a troubling Internet Explorer zero day vulnerability in the March edition of Patch Tuesday. The release also marks the end of support for Windows XP.
Hackers hurried to exploit a critical Internet Explorer zero day vulnerability before it was to be fixed by Microsoft’s March Patch Tuesday release.
Pinterest’s first transparency report reveals minimal interest in the social network’s user data.
Hacking Team, a company that specializes in developing and selling surveillance equipment to foreign governments, is hosting much of its command and control infrastructure in the U.S.
CloudFlare claims government requests for user data are affecting fewer than .017 percent of their two million global customers
The official mobile application for the ongoing RSA Conference contains a half-dozen security vulnerabilities
Apple released OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 which resolves a critical certificate-validation vulnerability reported last week.