A prominent member of the EU parliament, who has been outspoken on security and privacy issues, on Tuesday submitted a written list of questions to the European Commission about the actions of Hacking Team and whether the company had violated EU sanctions regarding sales to specific countries. Marietje Schaake, a Dutch member of the European[…]
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Amazon’s home grown TLS implementation called s2n (signal to noise) was released to open source. s2n is a mere 6,000 lines of code and will be integrated into a number of Amazon Web Services.
The Angler Exploit Kit has added a new Flash exploit to its arsenal, and is dropping Cryptowall 3.0 ransomware.
Researchers from Cambridge University uncovered weaknesses in the Android Factory Reset feature that puts improperly sanitized data at risk.
The Tor Project is discontinuing its Tor Cloud Project in the face of mounting bugs and a lack of human and financial resources.
The Mozilla Foundation announced yesterday that it is in the process making HTTP connections incompatible with its popular Firefox Web browser.
Students from M.I.T. have devised a new way to scour raw code for integer overflows.
A cyberespionage campaign pulled off by pro-Syrian hackers against Assad opposition fighters used social engineering to steal military planning documents.
UPDATE: Thousands of U.S. gas stations contain internet-connected fuel gauges that don’t require passwords and could be remotely shut down by hackers.
The head of the Federal Trade Commissioned warned of a future where data collection has gone awry and avoid it at the Consumer Electronics Show.