Microsoft Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player zero-days replace OpenSSL Heartbleed as the primary topic of discussion in this week’s security news.
Chris Brook of Threatpost and Brian Donohue discuss the month's news, including OpenSSL Heartbleed, the end of Windows XP, Android, data breaches, and more.
April brought with it some of the biggest security news any of us have seen in quite some time. If you missed any of our coverage or any of our posts from the month, it’s time to ...
First ever SMS Android Trojan in U.S., update on OpenSSL Heartbleed, Apple fixes SSL vulnerability in iOS and OSX, AOL Hacked, and Iowa State Bitcoin Mining.
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The OpenSSL Heartbleed bug that could expose passwords, communications, and encryption keys continues to dominate news headlines across the security industry
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Headlines dominated by just two stories this week: a seriously widespread crypto bug known as Heartbleed and Microsoft’s end of security support for Windows XP
There is a serious flaw called Heartbleed in OpenSSL encryption library that could expose user login credentials, communications content, an more