The company's CEO confirmed that attackers used malware to steal credit and debit card data from PoS systems
The company plans to release firmware updates to remove an undocumented feature by the end of the month.
Many apps failed to validate SSL certificates and exposed sensitive information, a researcher from IOActive said
The openSUSE site maintainers recommend using strict directory permissions and alternative authentication systems
The company's HTTPS implementation still needs some improvements, an SSL expert said
The malware is bundled with a fake Curse Client, the game developer said
The new threat might be even more difficult to remove than CryptoLocker, which plagued users in recent months
The compromise was the result of the hosting provider using insecure passwords for the virtualization software, the OpenSSL Project said.
Revelations about mass surveillance will fuel encryption adoption in the next year, but implementing it will take care, security experts say.
A legitimate feature for finding friends on Snapchat lacks rate limiting and can be abused, a security research group claims
Effusion malware infects Web servers and injects rogue content into websites
The program will use the BitTorrent DHT peer finding protocol to locate contacts without a central server
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University created an application that can disable the LED on first-generation iSight cameras while in use.
Attackers use brute-force methods to guess SSH passwords and install the malware on Linux servers
A new working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force will develop best practices for deploying and using SSL/TLS with several Internet communication protocols.