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Zeroing in on Zero Days

Earlier this month WikiLeaks announced it had in its possession a cache of zero days allegedly from the Central Intelligence Agency. These unpatched vulnerabilities, it said, could affect Apple and Android devices (including TVs). It is suspected that exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow the spy agency – or anyone else who knows about them […]

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Howard Schmidt, the United States’ First Cybersecurity Czar, Has Died

Howard A. Schmidt, a friend to many in the security community, has died. A statement on his Facebook page says that he died today “in the presence of his wife and four sons … following a long battle with cancer.” Schmidt served as the White House Cybersecurity Advisor to Presidents Barack Obama and George W. […]

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With Comparisons to Heartbleed, Cloudbleed May Affect Millions

A researcher from Google disclosed on Thursday that private messages, API keys, and other sensitive data were being leaked by a major content delivery network to random requesters, a leakage that could affect up to 5.5 million websites. Like Heartbleed, which was co-discovered by the Synopsys team in Oulu, Finland, and Google in April 2014, […]

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Bug Elimination: Code Scanning, Fuzzing, and Composition Analysis

When it comes to software vulnerabilities, Dr. Jared DeMott knows his stuff. Formerly a vulnerability analyst with the National Security Agency (NSA), Dr. DeMott holds his Phd. from Michigan State University. He has been on three winning DEF CON capture-the-flag (CTF) teams and talks about his vulnerability research at conferences like DerbyCon, BlackHat, ToorCon, GrrCon, […]

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Ticketbleed: The Next Black Swan

Last week a researcher disclosed a software vulnerability in a feature of the TLS/SSL stack that allowed a remote attacker to extract sensitive information. Sound familiar? In 2014, the Heartbleed vulnerability in the OpenSSL implementation of the heartbeat function in SSL affected some 600,000 websites worldwide and risked exposing passwords and other private keys. Ticketbleed, […]

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