Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news, including how Amazon is backtracking on encryption when it comes to their devices, a new set of alleged passcode bypasses for iOS, and the new OS X ransomware KeRanger.
The Justice Department took off the gloves in its latest volley against Apple and its refusal to comply with a court order to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone.
All Samsung laptop owners are being urged to update their Windows PCs immediately after the discovery of a vulnerability that can allow remote attackers to download files onto a targeted system and gain complete control over the laptop.
At last week’s RSA Conference, developers and hackers shared the same stage and tried to iron out some of their differences.
Adobe today released a new version of Flash Player that patches 18 vulnerabilities, all of which can result in remote code execution attacks.
Libotr, the Off-the-Record secure messaging protocol, has been patched against overflow vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution.
Two cloud security vendors publish reports that say hundreds of hosted apps and services remain vulnerable to the DROWN TLS flaw.
Experts urge caution over a vulnerability patched by Microsoft in the Windows USB Master Storage Class Driver that could be exploited remotely.
Mozilla released a new version of Firefox on Tuesday, fixing 40 vulnerabilities across the browser.