Buffer and integer overflow vulnerabilities have been patched in the ICU Project ICU4C library, used in hundreds of open source and enterprise software packages.
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Email delivery service provider SendGrid admitted that hackers had accessed several internal systems, refuting reports earlier this month that the attack was an isolated incident.
Enterprises can use existing networking tools to put up internal barriers against hackers in order to frustrate them on to other targets.
During his RSA keynote today, Juniper Networks’ Chris Hoff shared the stage with 9-year-old hacker Reuben Paul, in a talk meant to be a call to action for the security industry to teach young programmers security and privacy from the outset.
Cadets from the U.S. Naval Academy have won the NSA’s annual hacking contest for the third time in fifteen years.
Public denial-of-service exploits for a critical vulnerability in Microsoft’s implementation of the HTTP protocol stack, HTTP.sys are under way, while remote code execution attacks may still be to come.
Data breaches are expensive to victim organizations, but that cost is going down, according to Verizon, which today released its annual Data Breach Investigations Report.
The US-CERT is warning administrators and network operators that a misconfiguration issue with some DNS servers that has been known about for more than 15 years and can give attackers detailed information about DNS zones is coming back around thanks to new scans that show a high number of servers vulnerable to the issue. The problem[…]
Research on the economics of the zero-day market conducted by HackerOne, MIT, Harvard and Facebook will be presented at RSA Conference.