About a month after the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug surfaced, a large number of servers worldwide are still vulnerable to attack.
The Canada Revenue Agency reported data on 900 taxpayers was stolen through the Web vulnerability
Everything's been hacked! Change all your passwords but not yet! Security experts cut through the Heartbleed hype.
Canada's tax authority and a popular British parenting site are the first to admit data loss.
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
It's not just diehard individuals clinging to XP. More than 6,000 websites worldwide still use it, and nearly a third of those are in the United States.
It has put the allocation of .vin and .wine top level domain names on hold over cyber-squatting fears
Technicians took the site down in order to fix a software bug, but it's a last-minute embarrassment.