Released Tuesday, the update prevents exploit via "triple handshake" attacks, which could allow a bypass of encryption safeguards.
The new media policy states that U.S. intelligence employees who have "unauthorized" contact with the media could lose their jobs.
AOL confirmed on Monday that it was aware of the issue and working to remediate the situation.
A Philadelphia man entered an open guilty plea to a scam that lowered the monthly bills of 5,790 Comcast customers who each paid between $75-$100.
In an open letter to the NIST, a group comprised of a dozen privacy groups urged the agency be more transparent.
Parents and educators questioned data privacy and security at the startup, which was financed in part by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Pretty Good Privacy, or PGP, is an encryption method that was created in the early '90s.
Security firm Mandiant detailed the heartbleed exploit, which was used on one of its clients.
A Dutch minister of justice will decide where Vladimir Drinkman will land to face charges related to his involvement in the cyber crime collective responsible for the Heartland Payment breach.
Facebook debunked a reported claim by Mauritania Attacker, the alleged leader of hacktivist collective AnonGhost, that the social media website is vulnerable to DNS attacks.