Hillary Clinton used a private email account during her tenure as secretary of state.
The worm has gained traction through spam text messages that promise users an Amazon giftcard.
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez says the agency will continue to ramp up its expertise to protect consumer privacy.
Although legislation hasn't moved forward, there have been significant and heartening changes toward privacy, Glenn Greenwald said in a keynote address.
The FREAK vulnerability can be exploited by attackers to obtain private information, including usernames and passwords.
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Technological innovation is now increasingly consumer led forcing organizations to adopt faster to serve them or it diffuses into the work environment leaving the traditional IT to play catch-up.
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- New SSL/TLS vulnerability, FREAK, puts secure communications at risk
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- Clinton's use of private email spawns security, transparency debate
- Android 'Gazon' worm proliferates through texts, infects more than 4k phones
- Ramirez: FTC focus on data security, fraud, cross device tracking
- Greenwald says Snowden invoked changes toward privacy
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