Microsoft will ship two critical and two important rated security bulletins in its last patch Tuesday release providing support for the windows XP operating system.
U.S. regulators are warning banks about a recent rash of ATM fraud and the ongoing risks DDoS attacks targeting public websites can pose.
The one threat that some experts have warned about for years and has never emerged is cyber terrorism, a former top U.S. intelligence official said.
A new tool called CyberTab will help businesses estimate the cost of real and potential cyberattacks, and the amount a company could possibly save by investing in preventative measures and technologies.
Yahoo announced a number of encryption enhancements to its email and other online services, and also announced it was finally encrypting communication links between its data centers.
DNS-based DDoS amplification attacks are using home and small office routers as a jumping off point. Attackers are taking advantage of weak router configuration and lax policies against open resolvers to execute attacks.
Amazon Web Services is actively searching a number of sources, including code repositories and application stores, looking for exposed credentials that could put users’ accounts and services at risk.
Upset with the vulnerability handling process at Oracle, researchers yesterday disclosed over two dozen issues with the company’s Java Cloud Service platform.
Dennis Fisher talks with Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins University about the paper he co-authored on the Extended Random extension for Dual EC DRBG and whether it could be considered a backdoor.
Apple has updated its Safari browser, dropping a pile of security fixes that patch more than 25 vulnerabilities in the WebKit framework.