A recently released extension for Chrome, developed by the public key crypto database Keybase, brought end-to-end encrypted messaging to several apps this week.
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Twitter fixed a flaw in its Twitter Ads service could have allowed an attacker to tweet as any user.
Apple revealed this week that it received at least one National Security Letter from the U.S. government for user data during the last six months of 2016
Jaya Baloo, CISO of KPN, the Netherlands’ leading telecommunications provider, talks to Mike Mimoso about the WannaCry ransomware outbreak and how large network providers and enterprises must contend with advanced attacks.
VMware fixed two bugs in its VMware Workstation late Thursday night, including an insecure library loading vulnerability and a NULL pointer dereference vulnerability.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss WannaCry, Microsoft’s response, the killswitches, a potential link with Lazarus Group, and what the future holds for the ShadowBrokers.
WordPress fixed six vulnerabilities with version 4.7.5 and announced a bug bounty program with HackerOne this week.
Companies such as Siemens and Bayer are planning to release patches for medical devices hit by the ransomware WannaCry over the past several days.
Apple fixed 66 vulnerabilities – many found at March’s Pwn2Own competition – across seven product lines, including Safari, iTunes, macOS, and iOS, on Monday.
The results of two audits of the open source software OpenVPN were shared late last week. One found two legitimate vulnerabilities, the other said the service is cryptographically “solid.”