Don't-Miss Security Stories
The Syrian Electronic Army compromised a third-party widget to redirect some Reuters.com visitors to a defacement page
Could allowing strangers to use your Wi-Fi actually protect your privacy? The EFF thinks so, and plans to make it easier with a new tool.
Developers of the Modern Honey Network want to simplify deployment and monitoring of these threat-intelligence systems
A new version of Android for Nexus devices is primarily a security update that patches the bundled OpenSSL library
A scan of the Internet showed more than 31,000 servers are vulnerable
CodeSpaces.com shut down after a hacker gained access to its Amazon EC2 account and deleted most data, including backups
Potential customers in China and elsewhere are worried about the security of public-cloud data, HP's enterprise chief says
After a year of pressure, U.S. law enforcement officials announce a major success in their phone anti-theft push
Zimperium said some users are at risk, but LinkedIn claims the issue doesn't affect the majority of users
CloudFlare said the company's technology will help it build more secure networks
Someone blackmailed Nokia in 2007 by threatenting to leak a digital key the company used to sign Symbian applications, a news report says.
Business overseas is as strong as ever, Werner Vogels says
A vulnerability in the engine used by many Microsoft antimalware products can lead to a persistent denial-of-service condition