Unauthorized access attempt of Yahoo! Japan portal may have led to theft of up to 22 million user IDs, Yahoo has revealed.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.2 has been granted the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 certification thus concluding the largest certification effort by Red Hat with the US Government.
Tatu Ylonen, also known as the father of SSH, is working on an update for Secure Shell (SSH) – the network protocol that is used widely for machine-to-machine communications across the Internet and in enterprises.
Harmonix, the game development studio behind Rock Band and Dance Central, has announced that it has taken its servers offline for the weekend following an attack from the outside.
PostgreSQL database has a ‘sufficiently bad’ security vulnerability because of which its developers have announced that they have locked down access to database’s repositories while they are fixing the issue.
Amazon has beefed up security offering for its AWS cloud computing platform by announcing a CloudHSM that would allow users to encrypt AWS instances.
The UK government's Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG) has rejected all the rumors suggesting that BlackBerry 10 failed in the security tests.
Most of the security appliances in use today ranging from software based firewalls to state of the art Unified Threat Management (UTM) systems and email and web gateways are packed with serious vulnerabilities it has been revealed.
Offensive Security, the company behind one of the best hacking distributions out there – BackTrack, has announced the availability of a new penetration testing and security auditing distribution – Kali Linux.
The latest web browser from Microsoft, IE 10, running on Windows 8 on a Surface Pro tablet was hacked at the Pwn2Own contest, an event sponsored by HP's Zero Day Initiative.