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Columbia Boffins Flag Major Key Flaw in Google Play Apps Columbia Boffins Flag Major Key Flaw in Google Play Apps

Researchers claim many developers are storing their authentication keys in the source code.
20 June 2014

UK Spooks Trawl Through Online Comms Thanks to Secret Policy UK Spooks Trawl Through Online Comms Thanks to Secret Policy

Privacy groups force admission from Britain’s top counter-terrorism official.
19 June 2014

German Hacker Cracked NAS Boxes to Mine $600k in Dogecoins German Hacker Cracked NAS Boxes to Mine $600k in Dogecoins

Users failed to patch known vulnerability, allowing entrepreneurial hacker to create a de facto botnet.
18 June 2014

Nokia Paid Millions to Symbian Blackmailer After Bungled Cop Op Nokia Paid Millions to Symbian Blackmailer After Bungled Cop Op

Finnish firm was victim of extortion after encryption key found its way into the wrong hands, police admit.
18 June 2014

Asprox Attackers Combine Mass Mailer Strike with APT Techniques Asprox Attackers Combine Mass Mailer Strike with APT Techniques

FireEye warns of dangerous new development: high volume email campaigns using stealthy targeted attack tactics.
17 June 2014

Twitter Crowned Most Trustworthy Site on the Web Twitter Crowned Most Trustworthy Site on the Web

Consumers trust social media sites; news outlets, not so much.
11 June 2014

Still (Heart)bleeding: New OpenSSL MiTM Vulnerability Surfaces Still (Heart)bleeding: New OpenSSL MiTM Vulnerability Surfaces

Like Heartbleed, new flaw worries researchers about open-source collaboration.
10 June 2014

Second Chinese PLA Hacking Unit Unmasked in ‘Putter Panda’ Report Second Chinese PLA Hacking Unit Unmasked in ‘Putter Panda’ Report

CrowdStrike intelligence alleges Unit 61486 hacked satellite firms since at least 2007
10 June 2014

Wordpress to Implement End-to-End SSL Encryption Wordpress to Implement End-to-End SSL Encryption

The CMS giant says the move is a response to ongoing government surveillance.
09 June 2014

Vodafone Reveals Mass Government Surveillance of Calls Vodafone Reveals Mass Government Surveillance of Calls

At least six countries have unfettered access to users' conversations
09 June 2014

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