Hackers were able to compromise a server used by Electronic Arts Games this week and rig one of its websites to resemble an Apple log-in page to dole out phishing attacks.
The software running the Bitcoin network was updated to resolve the transaction malleability issue that took down popular exchange Mt. Gox.
On Thursday Google switched its Gmail service to HTTPS only, enforcing SSL encryption on all Gmail connections.
A phone Tor browser for iOS available on the Apple App Store is reportedly a fake and serves users with spyware and adware.
A research paper reveals vulnerabilities in the Android Package Management Service update mechanism that put every Android device at risk for privilege escalation attacks.
UPDATE–The iOS platform has been remarkably resistant to malware infections over the years and attackers interested in mobile devices mainly have focused their efforts on Android. But the developer of a little-known bot that has the ability to run on Linux and Windows machines now has a version that apparently can run on iOS as[...]
Mozilla released Firefox 28 yesterday, patching four zero-day vulnerabilities disclosed during last week’s Pwn2Own contest.
A quick research project done by a graduate student at Stanford on the security of hashed MAC addresses in retail analytics software has shown that time and the inevitable advancement of technology have are the greatest enemies of cryptography.
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.
New exploits for a two-year-old PHP vulnerability popped up in October that allow hackers to run code on websites running vulnerable versions of the web development framework.