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Just when nostalgic interest in the original Top Gun movie was coming around again, director Tony Scott tragically committed suicide. He was indeed looking into making another Top Gun film, and was even meeting with Tom Cruise about potentially starring in the second installment. Show More Summary
The anti-virus maker will begin replacing counterfeit and pirated license keys.
The security firm plans to use the funds to boost company flexibility and reduce debt.
Here are the security vulnerabilities and privacy updates that we didn't cover in-depth this week, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: Google Says Goodbye to Revenge Porn, Hello to Eavesdropping appeared first on WIRED.
From encrypted instant messengers to secure browsers, these security and privacy apps are some of the very best for protecting your devices.
A newly released document from the FBI sheds a little more light on the government’s controversial policy around the use of zero-day exploits. Though there is still much we don’t know, the question of when the secretive policy was put into place is finally answered: February, 2010. Show More Summary
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending June 26, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Kaspersky's antivirus technology will be used to eradicate threats including phishing campaigns and malware infections.
Login credentials and passwords belonging to the majority of federal agencies have been leaked online.
After a long hiatus, WikiLeaks is back in the business of leaking top-secret documents that even world leaders can't ignore. The post With Its French NSA Leak, WikiLeaks Is Back appeared first on WIRED.
A Google Project Zero researcher has revealed the existence of 15 vulnerabilities in the software, including critical issues and one exploit which may completely bypass all system defense.
The FBI says the file-encrypting malware can cost individuals anywhere between $200 and $10,000 each time.
Researchers at Bitdefender say the vulnerability could be exploited to expose user credentials.
It’s no surprise that careless government employees use their.gov email addresses to sign up for all sorts of personal accounts. But when those insecure third party services are breached by hackers—and if those employees were foolish...Show More Summary
The company plans to use the investment to promote a "safer Internet" through extended vulnerability disclosure.
The road to the Wassennaar Arrangement is paved with good intentions. Here's a primer on what the rules are and why they could harm the state of computer security itself. The post Why an Arms Control Pact Has Security Experts Up in Arms appeared first on WIRED.
"Gitmo is the best posting a soldier can have," her escort casually mentioned. "There’s so much fun to be had here." The post Inside Gitmo’s Surreal Recreation Spots, Tiki Bar and All appeared first on WIRED.
Those stolen e-mails from Sony have been a gift that keeps on giving apparently, and over six months after the studio hack that left enormous wreckage in its wake, dirty stories still keep leaking out there. Film Spider-Man Tom Holl...