U.S. Government Releases List Of Words They Look For Online
It's pretty obvious by now that the U.S. government wants to
desperately spy on our online activities.
Yahoo Axis Private Certificate Key Leaked At Launch
Though the security issue has been resolved, Yahoo slightly botched
the launch of Axis, its new mobile browser and desktop extension,
by leaking its private certificate file in the source code of the
Apple Hires Kapersky Labs To Test Mac Security
The Flashback malware threat that recently plagued Mac computers opened a lot of eyes to the fact that Apple's computers may not be secure as their users have always believed.
55,000 Twitter Accounts Hacked, Passwords Exposed
Hackers appear to have successfully exposed the passwords of as many as 55,000 Twitter accounts yesterday, sparking the website to conduct an investigation into just how the security breach occurred.
Oracle Offers Workaround After Confusion Leads To Zero-Day Disclosure
Many software developers offer bounty programs for their products. The concept is that someone finds an vulnerability and notifies the developers of the software for a reward.