Civil liberties advocates say a Texas judge got it right when he ruled on a controversial child porn case regarding the FBI’s use of malware to search a computer.
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Microsoft’s switch to rollup patching for Windows 7/8.1 will have an impact on security, one expert says.
The White House hired retired Brigadier General Gregory J. Touhill as the first federal CISO.
A report on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management breaches that exposed sensitive data belonging to more than 22 million people has sparked a cavalcade of finger pointing, politicking and squabbling over who knew what first.
Google stepped up efforts this week to bolster its security strategy with news from both its Android Security Team and its Safe Browsing Team.
Four leading network management system providers patched nearly a dozen critical cross-site scripting vulnerabilities disclosed Wednesday by Rapid7.
Risks of man-in-the-middle attacks tied to embedded devices that share cryptographic keys and certificates went up sharply over the past nine months.
Microsoft adds .NET Core and ASP.NET to its bug bounty program offering bug hunters payouts that range from $500 to $15,000.
Google patched an undocumented vulnerability that allowed attackers to bypass Nexus 5X device’s lock screen via a forced memory dump that exposed the device owner’s password.
Researchers uncovered a global malvertising campaign exposing potentially millions of users to the risk of being hit with CrypMIC ransomware delivered via the Neutrino Exploit Kit.