These young researchers will shape cyberworld in the next decade.
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This week: the first ever Android encryptor malware, a serious Tweetdeck vulnerability arises and is fixed just as quickly, and much more.
How iOS 8 and Tizen releases affect smartphone market and security landscape.
Computer ransomware is getting more sophisitcated, while mobile cryptolockers are emerging both in Europe and the U.S.
Feds take down the Gameover botnet, there's more trouble for OpenSSL, Google publishes data on global Gmail encryption, and Edward Snowden's first NSA revelation came out one year...
Data breaches seemed to dominate the security news in May, but mobile ransomware emerged as well and there was good and bad privacy news from the tech giants.
Bitly was compromised this week and is urging users to change passwords. Point-of-sale systems are poorly secured. And fixes from Microsoft on Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player zero-days replace OpenSSL Heartbleed as the primary topic of discussion in this week’s security news.