Don't-Miss Security Stories
Nearly 80 percent of US Internet users want data-sharing restrictions through government regulation, one survey says
Canada's tax authority and a popular British parenting site are the first to admit data loss.
The move, in early discussions, would add a layer of security for Web users.
The administration said information may be withheld for national security and law enforcement needs.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the venue for Auernheimer's prosecution wasn't appropriate
Researcher Willem Pinckaers found a hole in Akamai's OpenSSL code tweak, used for a decade, in 15 minutes
CloudFlare said its challenge shows how dangerous is the OpenSSL bug.
News of the Heartbleed bug has brought the Web to its knees, and Bloomberg says the NSA has been exploiting it for at least two years.
Two defendants face arraignment in federal court Friday, charged with distributing the malware that helped siphon millions of dollars from U.S. accounts.
HP's 2013 Cyber Risk Report found most security risks result from configuration errors rather than flaws in the application itself.
TLS clients are also vulnerable to Heartbleed memory leaking attacks, including server-side applications that fetch user-supplied URLs
Comodo's chief technology officer warns it is still very early in the remediation process
Patching the vulnerable OpenSSL software is just the first step, security experts say
The FTC opened the way for Facebook to complete its WhatsApp acquisition, but urged caution in how they deal with user data. And if they don't...
A small number of people could see warnings with the new system, Google said.