The first hacker to be charged with cyberterror charges appeared in court in the Eastern District of Virginia.
A hacker recently stole and posted personal information for 9,000 Department of Homeland Security employees. The hacker later announced that he will be releasing 20,000 records for FBI employees.
Google announced that they will ban Adobe Flash starting January 2, 2017.
Last year Google announced that Chrome’s Safe Browsing would show warnings for social engineering tactics contained within websites. Google stated that the warnings will now warn users of malicious embedded content, such as advertisements.
A flaw in Cisco’s Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software could leave users vulnerable to remote attacks. Following the discovery of the flaw, Cisco released a patch and is advising users to update as soon as possible.
A bug in FireEye allows malware to circumvent the analysis engine and be whitelisted.
Because of a vulnerability in Squid, a caching proxy, attackers are able to perform a DDoS attack when connected to a SSL server.