Certs will keep working, but Chrome will be suspicious, soon
Google's Chrome development team has posted a stinging criticism of Symantec's certificate-issuance practices, saying it has lost confidence in the company's practices and therefore in the safety of sessions hopefully-secured by Symantec-issued certificates.
ZDNet has uncovered several loose ends with a claim regarding millions of iCloud accounts held for ransom, and questions remain. Users should act out of an abundance to protect their accounts.
Tweaking business models for greater 404 kerching
The DDoS attack business has advanced to the point that running an attack can cost as little as $7 an hour, while the targeted company can end up losing thousands, if not millions of dollars.
Certificates from Symantec would have their trust period reduced to nine months under Google's plan.
Apple Tells WikiLeaks to Submit CIA Exploits Through Normal Process
Apple's initial analysis of the iPhone and Mac exploits disclosed by WikiLeaks on Thursday shows that the vulnerabilities they use have already been patched. The company told WikiLeaks to send the information it possesses through the regular submission process.
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The Senate on Thursday voted 50-48 to overturn new FCC rules that would prevent ISPs from monetizing customers' information without their consent. The rules, passed during the Obama administration in October 2016, were due to come into force earlier this month, but were delayed by new Republican chairman Ajit Pai.
I'm currently getting started with evaluating WLAN performance monitoring sensors from Cape Networks. As I wrote about prior in my wirednot blog, I was fortunate to meet two of Cape's founders at the 2017 WLAN Professionals
With the rapid changes in the threat landscape and the risks introduced by DevOps, the cloud and other new elements, organizations need to have a continuous vulnerability assessment program as a security baseline, says Richard Bussiere of Tenable Network Security.
The Senate voted to overturn rules that would have made your ISP ask nicely before taking your browsing history. Good thing you already give all your data
Chrome to immediately stop recognizing EV status and gradually nullify all certs.