Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including a big LinkedIn breach, TeslaCrypt closing up shop, and a breakthrough in random number generation. The two also recap this week’s Source Conference in Boston.
Browsing Category: Cloud Security
When it comes to cloud computing, APIs more or less drive everything, but in the eyes of some researchers, existing security controls haven’t kept pace.
Ubiquiti Networks is fending off a stubborn worm targeting its networking equipment running outdated AirOS firmware.
More than 100 million LinkedIn usernames and passwords for sale on dark web as 2012 breach comes back to haunt business-savvy social network.
IBM enlists the help of eight universities to teach its Watson supercomputer to fight cybercrime.
Cisco alerted customers three vulnerabilities, one critical and two high, along with patches to fix them.
Microsoft in January patched a severe Office 365 vulnerability that exposed accounts whose domains were configured as federated.
A newly published research paper exposes weaknesses in short URLs used by cloud-based services such as OneDrive that put supposedly private data at risk.
Juniper Networks hopes to remove any clouds of uncertainty that its networking gear might still have a backdoor that could allow governments or hackers to snoop on traffic running through its hardware.
Researchers found 50 cross site scripting vulnerabilities in the popular open source shopping cart application Zen Cart.