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The virtual private network says it provides a way to browse the web "anonymously and privately," but a security researcher has released code that could identify users' names and locations.
Certificate exchange used as a side-channel before the certs get to work Video  A security researcher who last year demonstrated that X.509 certificate exchanges could carry malicious traffic has now published his proof-of-concept code.…
The security flaw made the securities market an easy target and was only fixed after a security researcher sent more than half-a-dozen warning emails.
More than 500,000 users stung A security researcher has claimed that half a million Chrome users have been hit by four malicious browser extensions pushing click and SEO fraud.…
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again, a security researcher has found a way to easily bypass macOS password security, though this time the impact is minimal.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again, a security researcher has found a way to easily bypass macOS password security, though this time the impact is minimal.
Exploit published in December makes cracking unpatched Oracle servers easy.
A security researcher discloses full details on multiple software vulnerabilities in Western Digital's My Cloud network-attached storage devices that have now been patched.
Googler drops bug bomb in public – but don't panic Cfir Cohen, a security researcher from Google's cloud security team, on Wednesday disclosed a vulnerability in the fTMP of AMD's Platform Security Processor (PSP), which resides on its 64-bit x86 proce...
Plan to cut through hassle of security notifications Security researcher Scott Helme is pushing a scheme to make it easier for bug finders to notify companies about problems with their technology.…
"If there's code that's mining data and hiding itself on a computer without any way of removing it, that's malware, plain and simple."
The flaw was privately disclosed to the device maker in June, but six months later, there's still no patch.