A secret CIA-sponsored conference reportedly hosted talks on stealing encryption keys from Apple devices and infecting them with malware
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden detail how the CIA repeatedly tried to crack the security in Mac OS X and iOS applications.
Attackers can force users to associate their accounts on other sites with malicious Facebook accounts.
Five additional Trojan programs are related to the Babar malware that Canada's government believes is the work of French intelligence
The intrusion resulted in the contact information of 800 DoD employees being stolen from a satellite communications system
A recently disclosed vulnerability in SSL/TLS implementations also affects Microsoft's Schannel crypto library and Internet Explorer
The company offers no bounties, just public kudos.
This allows man-in-the-middle attackers with access to revoked, but otherwise valid, certificates to manipulate encrypted traffic
The operation seized command-and-control servers and Internet domains used by the Ramnit gang
The company paid US$1.3 million to 321 outside security researchers in 2014
Attackers can easily crack cryptographic keys used by the WP-Slimstat plug-in and use them to read information from a site's database
Users should install the Samba updates available for their systems as soon as possible
The tool replaces SSL certificates without validating them first, opening the door to man-in-the-middle attacks
The flawed security technique used by Superfish has been found in other software, which has begun a chain reaction of security vulnerabilities.
Phase two of the project will begin shortly and will be done by a professional team of consultants