Information about vulnerabilities that may effect your computing

New Vulnerability Hits Internet Explorer

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New Vulnerability Hits Internet Explorer

The “Heartbleed Bug” 101

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The "Heartbleed Bug" 101

The HeartBleed Vulnerability: The Next Step for Users

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On Monday, April 7, 2014, the information security community received news about a vulnerability in the OpenSSL (Open Secure Socket Layers) cryptographic library called the “Heartbleed” bug that can allow hackers the ability to collect passwords, credit cards numbers, private keys and other data on servers that operated the software.

Shylock Malware Resurges, Targets Top U.S. Banks

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A posting  in Information Week  in there security /attacks…

Microsoft Issues Emergency ‘Fix It’ For IE Amid Attacks

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A posting from  Dark Reading in there Attacks and Breaches section: Security…

Putty Security Update (SSH Tool)

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Several vulnerabilities where discovered in PuTTY, a Telnet/SSH client for X. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project identifies the following problems:

Microsoft’s Big Bucks For Bugs Ups The Ante

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A  Posting from Dark  Reading in there Application Security…

‘BinaryPig’ Uses Hadoop To Sniff Out Patterns In Malware

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A  Posting from Dark  Reading in there Threat Intelligence…

Medical Devices Subject To Cyberattack, FDA Warns

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A posting from Dark Reading in there Vulnerability and Threat…