LATEST NEWS

Untangling Breach Loss Liability (November 21 & 23, 2014)

Target says that it is not liable for losses incurred by banks as a result of the retailer's massive breach during the holiday shopping season a year ago.......

FBI Wants to Change the Way it Assigns Cyber Crime Cases to Agents (November 20, 2014)

The FBI wants to assign cases involving cybercrime to the agents most skilled in that area, rather than assigning the cases based on agent location, as is its current practice.......

Sony Pictures Security Breach (November 25, 2014)

Sony Pictures is in digital lockdown while it investigates a breach in which intruders reportedly stole more than 200MB of data and defaced employees' workstations.......

Docker Update Addresses Critical Flaw (November 25, 2014)

Docker developers have released a security update for the Linux application containerization software to address a critical flaw that could be exploited to elevate access privileges and execute code remotely.......

Craigslist Suffers DNS Redirect Attack (November 24, 2014)

Some Craigslist users found themselves redirected to several other websites on the evening of Sunday, November 23.......

European Police Arrest 15 for Remote Access Trojan Use (November 21 & 22, 2014)

Police in seven European countries have arrested a total of 15 people in connection with allegedly using remote access Trojans (RATs) to conduct cyber crimes.......

PayPal Patches Flaw (November 21, 2014)

PayPal has patched a remote code execution flaw in its web application and API that was detected 18 months ago.......

WordPress Updates Address Critical Flaws (November 21 & 24, 2014)

WordPress has issued updates for several versions of its content management system software.......

Private Investigator Fined for Illegal Data Access (November 24, 2014)

A private investigator has been fined 5,000 Euros for gaining access to the Garda Pulse system without authorization.......

UK Bill Would Expand Service Law Enforcement Access to Internet User Information (November 23 & 24, 2014)

UK home secretary Theresa May is expected to propose a bill that would require companies to provide law enforcement agencies with information about the identities of people using computers and mobile devices.......