The JPMorgan breach is being called the worst known compromise in history. ZDNet has learned that the damage is likely much worse than previously thought. UPDATED.
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A collection of notable security news items for the week ending October 3, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Fresh details have been released concerning JPMorgan's cyberattack -- and it has been revealed the data breach is one of the largest in history.
Am I vulnerable? How serious are the attacks? The answers to these and many other Shellshock questions are here for you.
Despite their ages, the crimes are serious: breaking into both the US Army and Microsoft's servers to steal everything from unreleased games to military software.
As exploits in Google's Chrome browser become more difficult to find, you'll be paid well for your time.
A new report on IT decision makers shows enterprise trust in cloud security at its lowest -- yet they're flocking to use it. OpenStack's Matt Joyce thinks it's fair to ask if everyone's gone nuts.
The FBI has arrested a man in the US for allegedly selling StealthGenie.
The FBI has granted businesses access to a formerly in-house malware analysis tool called the Malware Investigator portal.
The new vulnerability in the Bash shell is the worst we've seen in many years. No software on critical systems can be assumed as safe.