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There are ways the FBI can crack the iPhone PIN without...

Not that kind of crack.Geoff Parsons Apple's encryption battle Feds: New judge must force iPhone unlock, overturning ruling that favored Apple Amazon will restore Fire OS‘ encryption...

RHSA-2016:0379-1: Important: rhev-hypervisor security, bug fix and enhancement update

An updated rhev-hypervisor package that fixes several security issues,bugs, and enhancements is now available.Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having Importantsecurity...

RSA Conference Provides Comprehensive Look at the State of Security

The 25th anniversary edition of the annual RSA Conference was held from Feb. 29 to March 4 in San Francisco's Moscone Center, showcasing the...

Cloud sellers who acted on Heartbleed sink when it comes to...

An out-stretched arm slowly disappears... Response to the critical web-crypto-blasting DROWN vulnerability in SSL/TLS by cloud services has been much slower than the frantic patching...

Hottest Topics To Come Out Of RSA Conference

Ecryption, bug bounties and threat intel dominated the mindshare of the cybersecurity hive mind at RSAC last week. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. – RSA Conference 2016...

McAfee gaffe a quick AV kill for enterprising staff

Anti-virus engine easily disable. Intel Security has fixed a flaw that made it possible to shut down its McAfee Enterprise virus engine, thereby allowing the...

AMD to fix slippery hypervisor-busting bug in its CPU microcode

Patch for Piledriver chips emitted this week to kill off potentially exploitable glitches Analysis AMD will tomorrow release new processor microcode to crush an esoteric...

RHBA-2016:0355-1: rhel-guest-image bug fix update

An updated rhel-guest-image package that includes openssl packages that arenot vulnerable to CVE-2015-3197, CVE-2016-0800, CVE-2016-0705, CVE-2016-0702,and CVE-2016-0797 is now available for Red Hat Enterprise...

New attack steals secret crypto keys from Android and iOS phones

EnlargeGenkin et al. Researchers have devised an attack on Android and iOS devices that successfully steals cryptographic keys used to protect Bitcoin wallets, Apple Pay...

Hackers' Next Target: Police Drones

Even a $35,000 government-ready flying machine can't escape hackers. Pricier means more secure, right? Not exactly.A security researcher has found that many expensive police drones...

SSL’s DROWN not as bad as Heartbleed, still a security ship...

Just set SSLv2 on fire Security experts are split on how easy it is for hackers to exploit the high-profile DROWN vulnerability on insecure systems. One-third...

Hitchhacker’s Guide to RSA clones conference badge with a towel

Flannel rag again shown to be essential kit for freeloaders RSA 2016 Security analyst Jerry Gamblin has turned a hotel towel into a pass for...