A vulnerability bigger than Heartbleed was disclosed this week, and Apple continued to battle its new iOS 8 issues with multiple updates. For a closer look at these articles, click here to visit our news section.
The infamous Heartbleed bug once again made headlines this week, as well as news coming out of the Pentagon regarding its security workforce, and a new development in the investigation into the potential Michaels credit card breach. For more insight on these articles visit our news section by clicking here.
Citing “two people familiar with the matter,” Bloomberg reported on Friday that the National Security Agency (NSA) was aware of the SSL/TLS encryption-breaking Heartbleed bug for at least two years before the now infamous flaw caught the attention of the world earlier this week. Shortly after, on its public affairs Twitter account, the NSA said…
Considered one of the most significant internet security vulnerabilities to date – affecting websites, emails, direct messages and other communications utilizing SSL/TLS encryption – the ‘Heartbleed Bug’ quickly made headlines around the world. Security experts have plenty to say about the vulnerability, and we’ve compiled the opinions of some of them in this slideshow.