Dennis Fisher talks with Jeremiah Grossman, the new interim CEO of WhiteHat Security, about taking on the new role, how things have changed since he was CEO 10 years ago and what the biggest challenges will be.
Google has announced it will retool its bounty program and extend its scope to include all Chrome apps and extensions branded as “by Google.”
Government computer systems remain vulnerable to attack, largely because of a failure to properly patch vulnerabilities and the continued use of poor passwords, a DHS report concludes.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab said the exploit for the latest Adobe Flash zero day is a password-grabbing Trojan targeting users in China.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and LinkedIn updated their transparency reports with data on FISA requests for content from the first half of 2013.
Adobe released an out-of-band patch for its Flash Player, patching a vulnerability being exploited in the wild.
Facebook open sourced its Conceal Java-based crypto libraries for Android devices. Conceal is a lightweight library built for efficiency on Android hardware.
Twelve seemingly legitimate Chrome browser extensions installed by more than 180,000 users are injecting advertisements on 44 popular websites.
Cybercriminals have tweaked the way the malware GameOver Zeus is delivered to users’ machines, changing .exe files to .enc files to evade detection.