For the first time, more than half of traffic on the Internet is encrypted, and experts say free SSL certificate providers are playing a big role.
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Mike Mimoso talks to Cigital CTO and software security pioneer Gary McGraw about the latest results pulled from the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM).
Kaspersky Lab researchers have uncovered the StrongPity APT, a group that uses watering hole attacks to infect machines of users seeking encryption technologies such as WinRAR and TrueCrypt.
Networking giant Cisco issued five security bulletins this week with two critical bugs allowing remote execute code.
In Cigital’s seventh annual Building Security in Maturity Model report, cloud, agile software development and IoT factor into maturing secure software movement.
The Firefox browser will now deny TLS connections to servers using weak Diffie-Hellman keys.
Government ICS report reveals access control a major issue for sector along with nagging issues around poor code quality and cryptography.
iPhone users can now use Signal’s secure messaging app between their iOS device and their Mac OS or Windows desktops.
APT gang Sofacy is targeting Mac OS X users with a Trojan that allows an attacker to execute remote commands on infected systems.
Crypto company Venafi points out potential holes in Yahoo’s processes and policies around cryptography and digital certificates, any of which could have been exploited in the breach to move data off the Yahoo network.