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4.08.2014

 
Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug

 
Tor: If You Want Privacy or Anonymity, Stay Off the Internet This Week

 
A pretty serious flaw exposes TLS dependent services in OpenSSL, dubbed "HeartBleed."  Patch now!
CERT: http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/720951
FAQ: http://heartbleed.com/



4.04.2014

 
5-Year Old Kid Finds A Security Exploit On The Xbox One, Gets A Researcher Credit



4.02.2014

 
Ready to feel your blood boil? Here’s Verizon’s explanation for why we don’t need net neutrality



3.20.2014

 
Google Now Encrypts Gmail Traffic To And From Its Servers



3.17.2014

 
A newly discovered encryption weakness in iOS 7 could put iPad and iPhone owners at risk.



3.14.2014

 
Attack that could disrupt the entire Internet

 
IARPA - Request for Information (RFI) - Cyber Attack Data



3.10.2014

 
Ukraine's computers 'targeted by powerful virus'



3.06.2014

 
Who needs to pull off a conventional bank robbery when you can simply steal Bitcoin online?

 
Critical crypto bug leaves Linux, hundreds of apps open to eavesdropping



3.05.2014

 
Closing the IT security communications gap
Everyone in the enterprise has a very different grasp on IT risk, and different ways to express it. Putting financial metrics on IT risk gives everyone a common language.



2.26.2014

 
Researchers at the University of Liverpool claim to have created a computer virus that can spread via Wi-Fi as efficiently as the common cold infects humans.
Chameleon can spread through densely populated areas like the common cold, the researchers claim, by hopping from network to network via access points, spreading rapidly amongst homes and businesses.

 
New Android "Blackphone" thinks your privacy is worth $629

 
D'oh! Hundreds of Millions of Stolen Login Credentials Found Online



2.25.2014

 
Purported iOS 'flaw' lets nefarious apps secretly log keystrokes in background

 
Proof of concept captures all SSL traffic via Apple's goto fail exploit



2.24.2014

 
IEEE and other publishers remove gibberish computer-generated research papers, including ones alleged to have been peer reviewed



2.23.2014

 
Latest iPhone Update Fixes Major Security Flaw That Apple Kept Quiet



2.22.2014

 
Because of recent blows to net neutrality Netflix streaming is getting slower (and probably won’t get better any time soon)



2.20.2014

 
Multifactor Authentication for Office 365 Expanded to Regular Users



2.19.2014

 
Google Announces Plans To Expand Fiber To 34 Additional U.S. Cities



2.17.2014

 
Google Acquires SlickLogin, The Sound-Based Password Alternative



2.16.2014

 
What is the Link Between Processors and Security?



2.15.2014

 
What Google really means when it calls Android 'open' from John



2.14.2014

 
Mac BitCoin Trojan Found on Legit Software Sites 

 
Linksys Worm ("TheMoon") Captured from Nathan



2.13.2014

 
NIST launches Cybersecurity Framework (FWIW)



2.12.2014

 
Flappy Birds malware shenanigans have been discovered in multiple 3d party app marketplaces



2.07.2014

 
IRC network calls for investigations over GCHQ's attack on Anonymous. QuakeNet calls GCHQ actions grossly hypocritical

 
The Herculean task of running IT at the Olympics



2.06.2014

 
Hacked Within Minutes: Sochi Visitors Face An Internet Minefield



1.14.2014

 
Bypass a padlock in seconds



1.02.2014

 
Inside TAO, or What Have You Mail Ordered Recently?
Yet more NSA high-handedness comes to light



12.19.2013

 
Harvard Bomb Threat used Anonymous Email, Tor 

 
NSA Says It Foiled Plot To Destroy Our Economy By Bricking Computers Across The US - From Joe

 
Never use Intel processors - From John



12.17.2013

 
Updated: Federal judge finds NSA phone spying likely unconstitutional from Bob



12.10.2013

 
How f*d is my database?



11.30.2013

 
Trends in Cyber Security by Dan Geer (Must Read)



11.27.2013

 
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