'Heartbleed' computer bug threat spreads to firewalls and beyond - dofaq.co
Reuters - 08 Apr 2014 ' Heartbleed' computer bug threat spreads to firewalls and beyond
BOSTON (Reuters) - Hackers could crack email systems, security firewalls and possibly mobile phones through the " Heartbleed" computer bug, according to security experts who warned on Thursday that the risks extended beyond just Internet Web servers.
ComputerWeekly.com - 11 Sep 2019 Equifax and Heartbleed are most-Googled cyber security terms
Analysis of 15 years' worth of Google search data has revealed some insight into what cyber security trends are capturing the imagination.
Datanami - 20 Sep 2019 GitHub Hardens Supply Chain with a Query Engine
The GitHub code repository hosting *service* has moved to shore up its supply chain with a deal to acquire Semmle, creator of a semantic code analysis engine ...
Naked Security - 05 Aug 2019 FileZilla fixes show how far we’ve come since Heartbleed
What have seven security fixes in FileZilla got to do with 2014's Heartbleed bug?
CNET - 11 Apr 2014 Heartbleed bug: What you need to know (FAQ)
The Heartbleed bug, a newly discovered security vulnerability that puts users' passwords at many popular Web sites at risk, has upended the Web since it was ...
Security Boulevard - 18 Sep 2019 Elementary Shortfalls: What The Internet Got Wrong and What We Can Do About It Now
Learn about the enduring shortfalls inherent in the Internet and how leading cybersecurity experts recommend addressing them in excerpts from Phil Quade's ...
Security Boulevard - 01 Jan 2019 How the Heartbleed Vulnerability Shaped OpenSSL as We Know It
Few are the bugs that truly make it into mainstream notoriety. Whether having to do with its unabashedly dramatic name and logo or with little relation, the ...
Marco News - 20 Sep 2019 Life rebooted: Parrish on protecting your data, overcoming adversity
Operating a computer company on Marco Island involves a lot of what you might expect. At Marco Island Computers, owner Tyler Parrish offers a myriad of ...
CPO Magazine - 09 Sep 2019 Major Watering Hole Attack on iOS Shows Massive Challenge of Mobile Device Security
iOS devices are widely considered to be stronger in mobile device security. However, the recent iOS watering hole attack discovered by Google should make ...
ZDNet - 25 Jan 2017 Heartbleed bug still affects thousands of sites
US still has more than 42000 websites vulnerable to the flaw, which can allow an attacker to steal data directly from websites and users.
Engadget - 12 Apr 2014 What is Heartbleed, anyway?
If you're an IT professional, gadget blogger or token geek in your circle of friends, chances are, you've been hounded relentlessly over the past couple of da...
ZDNet - 07 Apr 2014 Heartbleed: Serious OpenSSL zero day vulnerability revealed
A new OpenSSL vulnerability has shown up and some companies are annoyed that the bug was revealed before patches could be delivered for it. Updated April ...
CNBC - 07 Apr 2015 Global business may still be vulnerable to Heartbleed
Up to 74 percent of companies are still vulnerable to to hackers exploiting cybersecurity flaw, Heartbleed, a year after it was announced.
The Guardian - 11 Apr 2014 Heartbleed: developer who introduced the error regrets 'oversight'
Submitted just seconds before new year in 2012, the bug 'slipped through' – but discovery 'validates' open source. By Alex Hern.
Wired - 28 Apr 2014 It's Crazy What Can Be Hacked Thanks to Heartbleed
The Internet of Things needs a patch. "It really is disturbing, the number of devices that are affected by this," Weaver says.
The Guardian - 08 Apr 2014 Heartbleed: Hundreds of thousands of servers at risk from catastrophic bug
Code error means that websites can leak cryptographic keys and user details through 'heartbeat' function used to secure connections. By Alex Hern.
How-To Geek - 21 Sep 2016 Heartbleed Explained: Why You Need to Change Your Passwords Now
The last time we alerted you to a major security breach was when Adobe's password database was compromised, putting millions of users (especially those with ...
Naked Security - 08 Apr 2014 Anatomy of a data leakage bug – the OpenSSL “heartbleed” buffer overflow
An information disclosure vulnerability has been found, and promptly patched, in OpenSSL. Paul Ducklin takes a look at what went wrong in the code...
Forbes - 14 Apr 2014 How Heartbleed Happened, The NSA And Proof Heartbleed Can Do Real Damage
Last week during the Heartbleed chaos I wrote two articles, one outlining how to stay safe and the other explaining what heartbleed actually is. As we enter this ...
Tech Xplore - 04 Sep 2019 New technology allows software components to be isolated from each other with little computation
Combining a hardware feature processors from the semiconductor firm of Intel with a software method, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Software ...