According to new research, enterprise malware analysts often address data breaches which are kept under wraps by companies.
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Security company FireEye has found a zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer hosted on a breached web site in the United States. EMET may be used to mitigate.
In order to impede the spread of malicious Chrome extensions on Windows, Google will start requiring all extensions to the stable and beta Windows versions to load from the Chrome Web Store.
All supported versions of Microsoft Windows, Office and Internet Explorer are affected by at least one of the eight bulletins. Microsoft also clarified the impact of this week's disclosure of another vulnerability in Windows, Office and Lync.
Healthcare.gov can't catch a break.
Moxie Marlinspike, a respected cryptographic software expert, argues that Lavabit, Edward Snowden’s favorite "secure" email service whose owner shut it down rather than give the NSA the keys to his store, wasn't really secure anyway.
Security high-hats from Microsoft, Facebook and others have launched HackerOne: an open call for hackers to submit Internet bugs for cash. Hackers can remain anonymous, while all vulns are made public.
Google cryptography engineers explain their anger at the NSA for violating security systems they built to stop criminals.
Improvements in security and management for Android devices by MobileIron should make Android deployment an easier and safer decision.
Certain versions of Microsoft Office are being attacked in the wild via a new remote code execution vulnerability, says Microsoft in a disclosure. Microsoft Lync and some versions of Windows are also vulnerable to it.