Read highlights from our top posts in October.
Drupal warns customers that they should assume their sites are compromised unless they installed an update from mid-October within hours of the release.
Kaspersky Lab wishes everyone a happy- and safe- Halloween!
Brian Donohue and Dennis Fisher talk about a new attack on the SSL protocol, which is now known as POODLE.
Twitter debuts a grand but simple plan to replace passwords where your phone number is your username and an SMS-generated code is your password.
Google's mobile operating system joins Apple's iOS in offering full disk encryption by default to all users in its newest version — Android 5.0 aka Lollipop.
New research shows that studying and mnemonic devices could help us to better remember our passwords.
A massive provider of insurance for bond investments misconfigured one of its servers and accidentally made a variety of sensitive payment information indexable.
Using a trojan malware with the Russian name, Tyupkin, hackers made cash withdrawals without so much as accessing bank accounts.
September's security news was dominated by three stories: the Home Depot data breach, the Apple celebrity nude photo leak scandal and the Shellshock vulnerability in Bash.