The way Firefox caches intermediate CA certificates could allow for the fingerprinting of users and the leakage of browsing details, a researcher warns.
Browsing Author: Chris Brook
After a nearly four-year respite, the data-stealing TeamSpy malware has resurfaced in a spam campaign.
Mat Gangwer, CTO, and Tom Gorup, Security Operations Lead, at Rook Security talk to Mike Mimoso about the aggressive rise in online extortion and how it threatens not only data but physical safety.
Cris Thomas of Tenable Networks, aka Space Rogue of the L0pht, talks to Mike Mimoso during RSA Conference about the rhetoric and hype surrounding cyberwar, as well as a quick trip down memory lane with the L0pht and its famous 1998 testimony before Congress.
Citing IoT insecurity, Bruce Schneier called on technologists to get involved with IoT policy at RSA.
Cryptographers said at the RSA Conference Tuesday they’re skeptical that advances in quantum computing and artificial intelligence will profoundly transform computer security.
RSA 2017 is previewed and last week’s report on iOS apps being vulnerable to interception attacks, macro malware coming to MacOS, and new Uber open source module are discussed.
WordPress security experts said that 1.5M sites have been defaced following the disclosure of a silently fixed content injection vulnerability.
The Internet Systems Consortium patched the BIND domain name system this week, addressing a remotely exploitable vulnerability it said could lead to a crash.
Security researcher Dino Dai Zovi talks about a new company he cofounded called Capsule8 that will help IT organizations counter threats to Linux infrastructures.