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.
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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.
Microsoft confirmed this week that despite 2000 Mojang user credentials leaking online, the gaming firm has not been hacked.
A trade association in charge of overseeing the needs of credit unions has shrugged off the idea of implementing a data encryption rule.
Morgan Stanley says it has fired an employee who allegedly stole information from 10 percent of the firm’s wealth management clients with the intent of selling that data online.
Reports emerge suggesting a data breach may have occurred, compromising the payment card data of customers who dined at Chik-fil-A.