Experts at Bleeping Computer blog are reporting a new strain of ransomware dubbed LowLevel04 that is spreading via Remote Desktop and Terminal Service.
It's actually possible for entities with vast computing resources – such as the NSA and major national governments - to compromise commonly used Diffie-Hellman key exchange groups, so it's time for businesses to switch to something else like elliptic curve cryptography, researchers say.
A subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives has proposed requiring vehicle manufacturers to state their privacy policies, besides providing for civil penalties of up to US$100,000 for the hacking of vehicles.
Netcraft alleges certification authorities aren't properly vetting applicants for SSL/TLS digital certificates
The NSA SHARKSEER Program is a project that aims to detect and mitigate web-based malware Zero-Day and Advanced Persistent Threats using COTS technology.
Learn what Certificates as a Service stand for, discover why Code Signing certificates are a precious commodity and find out how to protect yourself online.
In March I presented the PoC of a computer-frying Killer USB pendrive designed by the Russian researcher, now the USB Killer 2.0 is arrived!