Here is this week’s roundup of interesting news articles about SSL and network security. Microsoft warns of Windows zero-day; hackers serve exploits in PowerPoint files As reported by ComputerWorld’s Gregg Keizer, Microsoft issued a warning this week that hackers are using a zero day exploit to send infected PowerPoint documents as email attachments. The vulnerability […]
We selected the following articles as some of the more interesting pieces of news on the subject of SSL and network security this week. Revealed: ISPs Already Violating Net Neutrality To Block Encryption And Make Everyone Less Safe Online On Techdirt, Mike Masnick reports on evidence that not only are broadband ISPs throttling Netflix to […]
Here is a recap of the major news stories this week on the topic of SSL and network security. JPMorgan Bracing For ‘Spear Phishing’ Campaign Elizabeth MacDonald of Fox Business reports that “JPMorgan Chase officials are bracing for a massive spear phishing campaign launched by cyber thieves who broke into the bank’s servers in the […]
This post examines some of the more popular articles on the web this week discussing SSL and network security. U.S. Law Enforcement Seeks to Halt Apple-Google Encryption of Mobile Data As reported last week, Google and Apple have decided to begin allowing their smartphone users to encrypt all of their data, making it inaccessible to […]
Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting articles that appeared this week on the subject of SSL Certificates and Internet security. Patch Bash NOW: ‘Shell Shock’ bug blasts OS X, Linux systems wide open This article, one of many on the topic this week, provides information about the newly-discovered “Shell Shock” bug […]
Here is a roundup of interesting news articles published this week on the topic of SSL and network security. A Tale of Heartbleed Danny Bradbury of Infosecurity Magazine looks at the aftermath of the Heartbleed Bug in this informative story. He raises a number of concerns, including the fact that over 200,000 popular websites remain […]
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