The Mozilla Foundation announced yesterday that it is in the process making HTTP connections incompatible with its popular Firefox Web browser.
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Teslacrypt, the fairly new strain of ransomware that’s been targeting gamers, is continuing to make the rounds online.
If left unpatched and exploited one of the vulnerabilities fixed in this week’s iOS update could’ve rendered an iPhone near useless.
Linux Australia, a consortium in charge of organizing Linux conferences across the continent, acknowledged over the weekend it was breached by attackers last month.
British Airways, one of the U.K’s biggest airlines, suspended users’ frequent flier accounts this weekend after an apparent breach recently hit the company.
Students from M.I.T. have devised a new way to scour raw code for integer overflows.
Microsoft issued an advisory that its Schannel implementation of SSL is vulnerable to FREAK downgrade attacks.
Google announced that it will offer research grants to those taking part in its Vulnerability Rewards Program. The program paid out $1.5 million in 2014.
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.