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Heartbleed And The Curse Of Third-Party Code | Application Security News...
The recently disclosed vulnerability in OpenSSL pokes a number of enterprise pain points. Chief among them: the proliferation of vulnerable,
CERF: Classified NSA Work Mucked Up Security For Early TCP/IP | Applicat...
Internet pioneer Vint Cerf says that he had access to cutting edge cryptographic technology in the mid 1970s that could have made TCP/IP mor
Hell is Other Contexts: How Wearables Will Transform Application Develop...
Wearable technology is in its infancy. But don't be fooled: the advent of wearables will fundamentally change the job of the application dev
Five Product Security Questions Nobody At CES Wants You To Ask
The annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas this week. With rivers of ink spilled on cool, new “smart” products, here are fi
Breaking Bad(ware): Micro-targeting hits the spam world
A new spam run targeting fans of the cult show Breaking Bad proves that for spammers (and other business folk) we are the sum of the niche g
IPMI: The most dangerous protocol you've never heard of
Another week, another terrifying presentation about security holes in IPMI – a widely used technology for remote management of servers. But
Black Hat: Ad Networks Lay Path To Million-Strong Browser Botnet
We long ago surrendered our privacy to the Web. But research presented at this week’s Black Hat Briefings in Las Vegas suggests that structu
Mobile vendors go their own way on security at FTC event
Mobile phone makers were in agreement that the security and privacy of their customer was their top concern. But that was about all they cou
Monoculture 2.0: Will Android's Rise Be A Security Nightmare?
There have been a bunch of interesting articles in recent weeks that highlight the rapid expansion of Google's Android operating system from
Illiquid: Liberty Reserve Gone, Cybercrooks Look For Alternatives
Now that authorities in Spain, Costa Rica and the U.S. have taken down online money transfer service Liberty Reserve, the cyber underground