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An entire US department program is to be suspended in order to fix vulnerabilities discovered during a security audit.
In this blog we describe a sophisticated backdoor, called Dino by its creators. We believe this malicious software has been developed by the Animal Farm espionage group, who also created the infamous Casper, Bunny and Babar malware.
Cisco security engineers have disclosed that there is a single default ‘maintenance’ SSH key hardcoded into several families of Cisco security appliances.
Apple will reportedly introduce a new privacy update for the iPhone that will prevent installed iOS apps from seeing which other apps have been downloaded to the device.
A hacker has published an extensive list of Adobe Reader and Windows vulnerabilities based on his research into a relatively obscure area of font management.
An ingenious team of Israeli security researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered a way to steal secret encryption keys using a gadget so small it can be hidden inside some pita bread.
What is a proxy and what types of proxies exist? What protocol are used in the anonymization process? How does anonymity help with malware investigations?
Hackers are being blamed for an attack which grounded 1,400 passengers set to fly on Polish airline LOT.
LinkedIn will continue a bug bounty program that pays out to a closed group of security researchers, claiming that an invite-only approach reduces the number of irrelevant reports.
Popular meme site Reddit has announced that it will soon encrypt all traffic with HTTPS by default.
Every June, a select group of students from high schools and middle schools in San Diego County, California, get five days of intense education in the art of defending computer systems.
A vulnerability found in Apple’s iOS and OS X devices could allow hackers to upload malware and steal passwords for services including Mail and iCloud
Privacy search engine DuckDuckGo has seen traffic rocket after recent widely publicized privacy scares, according to the company.
Consumers in the UK would be happy to share their DNA if it would help secure their financial and personal information, according to a new report.