Tuesday’s impending deadline ending security support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 is putting companies on notices about moving off older versions of the browser.
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Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news: How the Dutch are opening encryption with open arms, the end of support for IE 8, 9, and 10, and the latest bounty offered up by Zerodium.
Mozilla warns Firefox users that the browser’s rejection of new SHA-1 certificates is keeping some users behind security scanners and antivirus software from reaching HTTPS sites.
Developers at WordPress are warning users of the content management system to download and apply the most recent update, pushed yesterday, to address a cross-site scripting vulnerability.
Researchers have demonstrated new collision attacks against SHA-1 and MD5 implementations in TLS, IKE and SSH.
A number of issues exist in the content management system Drupal that could lead to code execution and the theft of database credentials via a man-in-the-middle attack, a researcher warns.
Cloud-based webhost Linode, still under a DDoS attack, reset customer passwords after a suspected breach.
Exploit acquisition company Zerodium announced it would pay up to $100,000 for heap isolation mitigation bypasses against Adobe Flash Player.
Researchers at Synacktiv have disclosed a vulnerability in the Cisco Jabber Client for various platforms that exposes devices to man-in-the-middle attacks.
The Tor Project announced last week that it plans on launching a bug bounty program this year to encourage security researchers and hackers to responsibly report issues they find in the software.