Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including a big LinkedIn breach, TeslaCrypt closing up shop, and a breakthrough in random number generation. The two also recap this week’s Source Conference in Boston.
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When it comes to cloud computing, APIs more or less drive everything, but in the eyes of some researchers, existing security controls haven’t kept pace.
Google announced this week that it will begin to disable SSLv3 and RC4 a month from now, on June 16.
Apple on Monday rolled out a series of patches for nearly all of its operating systems, including fixes for March’s DROWN vulnerability in OS X and a lockscreen bypass vulnerability in iOS.
Nulled.IO, an underground forum that helped enable users to share stolen credentials and software cracks was hacked earlier this month, spilling a glut of information on its users.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including zero day vulnerabilities–both in Adobe Flash and Windows, a nasty vulnerability in SAP business applications, Mozilla asking FBI to disclose a Tor exploit, and more.
News of yet another attack involving a bank and SWIFT, the financial network used by thousands of banks to transfer funds, came to light Thursday.
Several vulnerabilities were fixed this week in the file archiver 7-Zip which could have led to arbitrary code execution and file corruption.
The Viking Horde Android malware campaign can leverage victims’ phones for ad fraud, carry out DDoS attacks, send spam, and more, researchers warn.
Adobe pushed out 95 fixes for Acrobat, Reader, and ColdFusion on Tuesday and simultaneously warned about a zero day vulnerability in Flash it plans to patch on Thursday.