You may not have heard of cURL but you probably use it all the time
Names and social security numbers of more than 130,000 serving and former sailors “accessed by unknown individuals”
Company blames credentials stolen from another company for string of rogue transactions
Much of the effort that goes into making passwords stronger has no effect on security
Researchers have spotted an increase in Nemucod downloader infections moving via Facebook Messenger spam, with some victims being infected with Locky ransomware.
Move to NoSQL database allows bank to mull offering balance and transaction history via social media
PoisonTap is toxic even to the password-protected laptop – make sure it doesn’t happen to you
We’ve had a steady stream of questions about “BlackNurse”, so we thought we’d answer them all in one place. Here you are.
The security community often thrives on controversy, but when it comes to vulnerability disclosures in life-saving medical devices, ego and attention-grabbing must be put aside.
End-to-end encryption is everywhere – but who is protecting whom?