Code Pink unfurled banners yesterday, today DEF CON -affiliated organizations protest on the ground, and tomorrow a sold-out protest event show that "obnoxious" RSA protests are certainly drawing attention.
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Why did it take four days longer for Apple to patch the SSL/TLS bug on OS X than on iOS? Even in this difficult situation Apple could have handled things better.
In order to avoid detection, botnet creators are exploiting surveillance-fighting tactics -- and now, this approach is being used in the mobile realm.
A total of 37 vulnerabilities for OS X users and ten for QuickTime for Windows are patched. Apple finally begins patching Mountain Lion again.
FireEye has launched a managed defense subscription service to give enterprise users 24x7 continuous monitoring against cyberattacks.
A new iOS flaw has been discovered which could allow hackers to record every keystroke made on an Apple device -- jailbroken or not.
Researchers have demonstrated methods to bypass EMET, suggesting that cybercriminals can do the same.
At informal infosec conference Security B-Sides SF, former Black Hat General Manager and current Global Strategist for Rapid7 Trey Ford outlined the gaps between hacking and legislation in America.
The major development in malware in 2013 was the rise of ransomware, mostly on Windows desktops but also on Android devices.
Verizon and McAfee have extended an agreement to offer customers security software for their PCs, laptops, Macs, and Android smartphones and tablets.