Adobe's August Patch Tuesday fixes another large number of vulnerabilities in Flash, although Adobe claims there are no exploits in the wild for any of the 34 issues.
Adding further insult to injury, the annual Black Hat security awards show "honors" OPM, Hacking Team and Shellshock.
An AM radio might be all that's needed to exfiltrate secrets from a secure location, thanks to Funtenna.
Is blocking Flash outright the right thing to do? Mozilla and Facebook now think so.
Both Kaspersky Lab and Symantec are reporting a surge in attacks from the hacker group that are increasingly difficult to detect.
The SSL certificate forgery request is not branded like Heartbleed, but it's not a trivial matter either.
It's been a tough year for Adobe on the security front. The company fixed another long list of security risks in its Flash Player.
Security expert Alex Stamos makes a big career move—from Yahoo to Facebook--that could have broad impact for the Web.
Digital hacking group Syrian Electronic Army once again gained temporary control of a Website—this time the U.S. Army's site. Why did this happen?
The OMB aims to provide security and authenticity for all U.S. government Websites by 2016.
New details emerge over an incident in which a security researcher was allegedly able to disrupt a plane's operations.
Most WordPress users were never at risk, and those that were got an automatic patch.
The electric car vendor lost control for 10 minutes but was able to recover quickly from Website and Twitter account hacks.
The security of WordPress is again being called into question, but there are a few simple steps organizations can take to protect themselves.
Network equipment used in the hotel industry was found to have a misconfiguration that could have potentially exposed guests to risk.