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New OpenSSL Flaws Expose Encrypted Communications

March 27, 2015

On Thursday, the OpenSSL Foundation patched a decade old vulnerability that could produce a man-in-the-middle attack on DTLS traffic encrypted with OpenSSL. The open source organization also patched several other vulnerabilities in its latest release.

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Post-Target Hack, Researchers Find Chip And PIN Still Flawed

March 27, 2015

In the wake of last year's Target data breach, retailers in the US have once again talked about adopting EMV or Chip'N'PIN as a way to reduce fraud at the point of sale terminal.

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eBay Data Breach Affects More Than 140 Million

March 27, 2015

On Wednesday, eBay urged 145 million of its customers to change the passwords on their accounts as the company publicly disclosed a major data breach. Sometime between February and March of this year an attack compromised the online auction site exposing email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information to computer criminals.

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US Indicts Five Chinese Nationals On Hacking Charges

March 27, 2015

Five Chinese military officers were indicted Tuesday on charges of hacking into American companies.

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Cyber Europe 2014 Exercise Brings Out The Critics

March 27, 2015

An online exercise involving 200 organizations and 400 cybersecurity professionals from both the European Union and beyond is bound to include a variety of divergent opinions, however, some opinions are louder than others.

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