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Attackers could exploit the flaw to steal information from the databases of websites running vBulletin 5
Specially crafted HTTP requests could trigger remote code execution on the affected devices, Cisco said
The Chaos Computer Club wants new evidence to prompt an investigation into mass surveillance of German citizens
At least 7 million names were stolen from the database of education firm Benesse
Trend MIcro finds hundreds of thousands of fake Android apps in trawl of online stores, forums.
Researchers launch effort to track SSL certificates used in botnet and malware operations
NIST needs to improve its cryptographic expertise in order to challenge advice received from the NSA when developing standards, report says
After unearthing the Heartbleed flaw, Google sets up a research group dedicated to finding vulnerabilities in Web software.
Microsoft contends the general issue has been long-known, but Israel-based Aorato has developed a working attack
A screenshot posted on Reddit does not represent information collected by Origin, an EA spokeswoman said
Its creators seek to establish the new threat as a premium commercial alternative to older Trojans like Zeus
Windows XP users will continues to receive Java 7 security updates until at least April 2015, Oracle says
The company doesn't believe attackers exploited the flaws