Microsoft revoked the four digital certificates inadvertently leaked last week by networking gear manufacturer D-Link.
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A South Korean child monitoring app is so fraught with vulnerabilities that security researchers warn it could lead to the compromise of users’ accounts, disclosure of minors’ information, and a smattering of other issues.
Schneider Electric has published new firmware for its StruxureWare Building Expert building automation system that patches a remotely exploitable vulnerability.
Google recently patched a lockscreen bypass in its Android-based Nexus phones that was discovered and reported by the University of Texas Information Security Office.
Let’s Encrypt hit a major milestone today when its first free and automated cert went live.
The Tor Project recently started a program to help libraries install Tor relays as a way to protect the privacy of patrons and other Internet users. The program didn’t get too far, however, as the first library to install a relay had to turn it off after town police officials were contacted by Department of Homeland[…]
A panel discussion at the Security of Things Forum debated the need for regulation to ensure the security and privacy of connected devices.
Dennis Fisher talks with Jessy Irwin of 1Password about her path into the security world, the many security challenges in the education sector, the password-security problem, and security jewelry.
A number of TLS software implementations contain vulnerabilities that allow hackers with minimal computational expense to learn RSA keys.
The Department of Justice has established a new policy that requires federal law enforcement agents–and state and local agencies working with the department–to obtain search warrants in order to use Stingray devices.