Moxie Marlinspike’s Open Whisper Systems released Signal Desktop, a desktop version of Signal end-to-end encrypted messaging application.
Adobe’s announcement that it has retooled—and renamed—Flash is a longterm signal that the vulnerable and fatigued platform is on its last legs.
Cisco patched its WebEx mobile app for Android, and published advisories warning of vulnerabilities in three other products.
One of the most popular exploit kits, Angler, has been spotted spreading the ransomware Cryptowall 4.0.
Rapid7 disclosed that Advantech EKI industrial control gear remains vulnerable to Shellshock and Heartbleed, in addition to a host of other vulnerabilities.
Google released Chrome 47 this week and announced that it will end Chrome support for older, 32-bit Linux distributions early next year.
In the wake of last week’s eDellroot fiasco, Microsoft announced Monday that its revoked support for all the self-signed, trusted root certificates that were found on some Dell computers.
A Chinese APT gang is targeting Hong Kong media outlets with backdoors that connect to legitimate Dropbox accounts.
Details of a National Security Letter attachment were publicly shared, revealing the FBI covets not only telephone and Internet records, but also location data.
Thousands of embedded devices share cryptographic keys and certificates, exposing millions of connections to man-in-the-middle attacks.