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HEIST attack breaches HTTPS in the browser
Can tap into HTTPS comms without MITM position.
Aug 5 2016 5:16AM
Microsoft critical patch hours away
Updates to arrive 3AM Saturday.
Sep 21 2012 10:53AM
Woman fined $212,000 for sharing 24 music files
Thomas-Rasset case expected to hit Supreme Court.
Sep 18 2012 9:18AM
Hacker McKinnon refuses medical test in extradition proceedings
Matter taken to High Court.
Jul 23 2012 9:40AM
Carder 'Fortezza' pleads innocent
Accused of hawking more than 44,000 credit cards.
Jun 18 2012 9:35AM
US unveils initiatives to fight botnets
Industry Botnet Group spearheads work.
Jun 4 2012 10:53AM
US, Israel wrote Stuxnet, officials say
The NSA and Unit 8200 developed the worm to sabotage Iran's nuclear program.
Jun 4 2012 10:41AM
Hacker charged after million dollar heist
Scammers made nine-fold profit in minutes.
Apr 19 2012 6:49AM
Oracle to patch 88 vulnerabilities
Quarterly fix covers hundreds of products.
Apr 16 2012 11:53AM
Oracle patches 88 vulnerabilities
Fixes for Sun, Solaris and MySQL.
Apr 16 2012 9:17AM
Hal Tipton, Father of CISSP, dies at 89
Co-founder of ISC2 and avid volunteer.
Mar 20 2012 8:46AM
White House replaces federal CTO
Mar 14 2012 11:16AM
Breaches help bend ears of execs
Make your CEO security savvy.
Mar 2 2012 12:32PM
Microsoft to fix Internet Explorer hole
Patch Tuesday to include nine fixes for 21 vulnerabilities.
Feb 13 2012 10:34AM
Israeli hacker posts 18,000 Arab Facebook logins
Calls for ceasefire in hacking war.
Jan 24 2012 9:44AM
Spam now using QR codes
Targets mobile users.
Jan 12 2012 9:24AM
45,000 stolen Facebook logins found
Ramnit virus variant harvested login credentials to a single server.
Jan 6 2012 10:45AM
Yahoo wins $610M spam judgment
Could be a win in name only.
Dec 13 2011 9:43AM
Researchers release Duqu detection kit
Open source toolkit scours networks for traces of trojan.
Nov 14 2011 11:54AM
Duqu detection kit released
Security pros still needed to monitor results.
Nov 14 2011 10:54AM
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