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PetrWrap: the new Petya-based ransomware used in targeted attacks

This year we found a new family of ransomware used in targeted attacks against organizations.After penetrating an organization’s network the threat actors used the...

Android gets patches for critical OpenSSL, mediaserver, and kernel driver flaws

A five-month-old flaw in Android's SSL cryptographic libraries is among the 35 critical vulnerabilities Google fixed in its March security patches for the mobile...

HackerOne opens up bug bounties to open source

HackerOne is bringing bug hunting and software testing to open source developers to help make open source software more secure and safer to use. A...

Why the ‘Cloudbleed’ Data Leak Flaw Posed a Major Threat to...

A new type of data leak has come to light that could impact millions of people around the globe.Google Project Zero, the research effort...

OpenSSL Update Fixes High-Severity DoS Vulnerability

US-CERT issues alert to server admins warning of a dangerous OpenSSL vulnerability and urges 1.1.0 users update to version 1.1.0e.

Inside Confide, the chat app ‘secretly used by Trump aides’: OpenPGP,...

Security experts skeptical of encrypted messenger's claims Rumors that President Donald Trump's aides are using an encrypted messaging app called Confide has landed the...

Latest Ubuntu Update Includes OpenSSL Fixes

Ubuntu users are encouraged to update their operating systems to the latest OpenSSL package versions to address a collection of vulnerabilities.

OpenSSL pushes trio of DoS-busting patches

One was fixed before anyone realised it was a security issue, so be careful when applying OpenSSL's released patches for a trio of denial-of-service...

OpenSSL issues new patches as Heartbleed still lurks

The OpenSSL Project has addressed some moderate-severity security flaws, and administrators should be particularly diligent about applying the patches since there are still 200,000...

That Hearbleed problem may be more pervasive than you think

 That lingering Hearbleed flaw recently discovered in 200,000 devices is more insidious than that number indicates.According to a report posted by Shodan, the Heartbleed...

Heartbleed Persists on 200,000 Servers, Devices

Almost 200,000 servers and devices are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, the OpenSSL flaw patched nearly three years ago. The numbers come from search engine Shodan, which...