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It is possible to exploit the protocol to obtain certificates for domains you do not own.
The successful cyberattack exposed information belonging to millions of UK customers.
The bug impacts Windows, Mac, and Linux machines.
Savage Security was assisting Threatcare with research before the buyout.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 users will notice the greatest decrease in system performance after the processor patches are applied.
FBI director Christopher Wray said he supports strong encryption but called an inability to access encrypted devices an "urgent public safety issue."
Finally, a security reprieve for open Wi-Fi hotspot users.
A new attack called CoffeeMiner can exploit public Wi-Fi services to secretly mine cryptocurrencies.
One leading Democratic senator says the newly-enacted directives explicitly allow border officials to try to bypass the password or encryption on a device without reasonable suspicion.
The company's fifth transparency report reveals more customer data was handed to US law enforcement in the first-half of last year than ever before.
Researchers have discovered severe vulnerabilities in the suite which can lead to full system takeover.
The new biometric-powered contactless cards use fingerprint recognition to authenticate the cardholder, in an effort to cut down on in-store fraud.
The White House chief information security officer, whose job it is to protect the president and senior staff from cyber threats, was fired in February and has not been replaced.
The botnet's creator is quietly cashing in on the craze for cryptocurrency.
Most Intel processors and some ARM chips are confirmed to be vulnerable, putting billions of devices at risk of attacks. One of the security researchers said the bugs are "going to haunt us for years."
Intel can't fix the design flaw, forcing operating system and software makers to step in.
It is a Happy New Year for threat actors targeting Huawei devices, it appears.
From frustrating to mysterious to downright creepy, here are ten things we learned during 2017.
A recent data breach involved the installation of malware at point-of-sale systems at a number of outlets.