A vulnerability reported to United Airlines that could have been exploited to manipulate flight reservations and customer data sat unpatched for almost six months before it was fixed.
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Two more self-signed root certificates and corresponding private keys were found on Dell computers.
An FBI advisory warns law enforcement and government officials they could be the targets of hacktivists and doxing.
Google announced it will begin rolling out warnings in the coming months to inform users if they’ve received a message through a non-encrypted connection.
Mozilla has pushed a feature in Firefox live that allows Firefox web browsers to block certain page elements while browsing privately.
The Going Dark encryption debate resurfaced at the Advanced Cyber Security Center annual conference, and the government’s stance hasn’t changed much.
Yahoo has hired former Twitter and Rapid7 security executive Bob Lord as its new CISO, taking over for Alex Stamos, who this summer left Yahoo for Facebook.
The NSA is moving away from Elliptic Curve Cryptography, and cryptographers aren’t buying their reasoning that advances in post quantum computing put ECC in jeopardy.
Let’s Encrypt hit a milestone last night when it received the cross-signatures necessary to render its beta-and free-certificates trusted by all browsers.
A team of cryptography experts is confident they have the answer as to how the NSA and other intelligence agencies break individual encrypted connections.