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In the final hours of the U.S. presidential election as Americans go to polls, researchers have raised new concerns that election results may be compromised.
A collection of hacked emails from a high-ranking Kremlin official were published by the BBC, providing details of Russia’s involvement with separatist leaders in eastern Ukraine.
Google’s latest Transparency Report includes a section that measures traffic on HTTPS web pages.
A security researcher discovered a severe XSS flaw in code used by the website builder Wix that could cause a worm affecting websites created by users of the DIY website platform.
The U.S. National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a draft guide that examines methods of making email more secure.
Cisco patched critical flaws affecting its Aggregation Services Routers 900 Series routers and Prime Home Servers.
Malvertising campaigns discovered by two firms highlight the threat of fake and legitimate—but poorly managed—advertising networks that infect victims by taking advantage of redirected web traffic.
Google will no longer trust digital certificates that were issued by certificate authorities WoSign and StartCom after October 21.
A team of Google Brain researchers used neural networks to develop artificial intelligence-generated (AI) encryption of information processed by the networks.
An engineer released a proof-of-concept of a worm that would automatically change default passwords of insecure IoT devices.
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