Microsoft released six security bulletins today, and continued its deprecation of the weak RC4 encryption algorithm across Windows systems.
The financial firm Dow Jones & Company announced late last week that it’s the latest in an exhaustive list of companies this year to report a data breach.
After a pair of very public disclosures in the last two weeks, Netgear published new firmware for vulnerabilities in its routers that have been publicly exploited.
Adobe released a large update for Reader, Acrobat, and Flash today that addresses 69 critical vulnerabilities combined in the software.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news–including how researchers disrupted a campaign using the Angler Exploit Kit, how a researcher was forced to pull a talk from a conference, and how a practical SHA-1 collision could be months away, not years.
Apple today removed a number apps from the App Store accused of installing root certificates that compromised SSL/TLS connections.
Virus Bulletin’s Martijn Grooten joins Ryan Naraine on the podcast to talk about the changing face of the anti-virus industry, the emergence of APTs as a priority for anti-malware researchers and the highlights of the 25th annual VB Conference.
The director of Europe’s top aviation agency warned on Thursday that hackers could infiltrate critical systems in an airplane on the ground.
New research into attacks against the SHA-1 cryptographic algorithm lessen the cost and time to arrive at a practical collision.
Adobe said it will release new versions of Acrobat and Reader next week, patching critical vulnerabilities in both products.