The Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced this week that it will launch its own experimental bug bounty program.
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Was the Federal Bureau of Investigation justified in paying over $1.3 million for a hacking tool that opened the iPhone 5c of San Bernardino terrorist?
A report released Thursday shines a bright light on point-of-sales system attack targeting hospitality and retail businesses that could have earned cyber crooks a $400 million payday.
Adobe today patched a DOM-based cross-site scripting vulnerability in the Adobe Analytics AppMeasurement for Flash library.
In this Threatpost op-ed, Dave Dittrich and Katherine Carpenter explain the dangers of conflating measurable events, or observables, with indicators of compromise, which require context and other constructs to provide true threat intelligence.
Researchers at Endgame have found new versions of TeslaCrypt in the past few weeks that target a host of new and unusual file extensions, and deploy new obfuscation and evasion techniques.
Apple and the FBI vow to work together to find compromise solution in encryption debate.
Google determined that Safe Browsing warnings correlate with quicker remediation times, though not as quick as direct contact with webmasters who have registered with Google Search Console.
A Berkeley postdoctoral researcher and former MIT student will soon unveil Space, a static-analysis web-application security tool that can find vulnerabilities in a minute.