Flying on the wings of bugs. The post United Airlines Pays Man a Million Miles for Reporting Bug appeared first on WIRED.
Microsoft's monthly release of patches includes security fixes for dozens of vulnerabilities.
The update comes just hours after Firefox blocked the browser plugin after the flaw was being exploited in the wild.
It’s likely to be the first question you get after telling your kids to turn off their phones (for the zillionth time) this summer. If you haven’t gotten it yet, just wait. Wait. A little longer... okay... and there it is! “What am I supposed to do?!” That’s your […] The post Apps to Get Kids Offline and Outside this Summer appeared first on McAfee.
In a Q&A with ZDNet, Rohyt Belani, co-founder and CEO of PhishMe explains how employees can become a vital layer of defense for enterprise networks.
Let the speculation begin as to why the Proxyham anonymous Wi-Fi device has been killed off.
A few hours work, one million air miles.
Oracle is working to fix the problem, but it is recommended you disable Java until a patch is issued.
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For the second year in a row, BrickHouse Security has awarded its $10,000 Education Scholarship for the families of police officers wounded in the line of duty. This year’s recipient is Roy “Neil” Grant, a retired Baltimore police officer...Show More Summary
The highly anticipated anonymity project may be the subject of a law enforcement gag order. The post Online Anonymity Project ProxyHam Mysteriously Vanishes appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook's new chief security officer wants the web plugin to be put out to pasture.
After a week of silence, the CEO of Hacking Team has spoken out in defense of his company's business practices.
Lawmakers want the FBI and NSA -- and other federal agencies -- to get a warrant first.
Adobe devs must be working overtime to fix the latest vulnerabilities revealed through the Hacking Team cyberattack.
The National Press Club Washington DC I'm thrilled to announced that our Suits and Spooks DC event for Feb 11-12, 2016 will be held at the National Press Club. We're going to be doing a lot of things differently including offering live...Show More Summary
The hacks have come fast and hard this week, friends. The ethically challenged surveillance firm Hacking Team got itself hacked. A trove of internal documents show that the private Italian spying agency offered its services to countries with poor human rights records looking to target journalists and political dissidents. Show More Summary
The other shoe drops for Archuleta. The post As Predicted, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta Just Resigned appeared first on WIRED.
To nobody's surprise, with more than 22 million federal government employee personnel records revealed, OPM's director will leave her post.
For the privacy conscious, these smartphones are said to offer the best in information security.