I'm a professional Windows system administrator, but I've been caught off-guard (or maybe some malware writer has been very clever) and I caught some unknown malware on my home computer (Windows 7 x64 ...
First it was Apple, now it's the US government... U.S. urges users to disable Java; Apple disables some remotely New malware exploiting Java 7 in Windows and Unix systems How serious is this ...
OK, so I first heard about heartbleed a few hours ago through the stack exchange questions feed, and after a moments panic, realised that the only web servers I have secured via OpenSSL are on the ...
I've been following a mish-mash of Google News alerts as well as some 'security' influencers on Twitter, but have a feeling there's a more efficient way to deal with this out there...
In order to be informed about critical vulnerabilities in selected products I'd want to subscribe to some list about them. I'd want to configure the list of products by myself. The question: Where ...
What are best practices / recommendations / strategies for mitigating zero day threats/attacks from a software development perspective?
We're analysing issue at work and I wondering how to find out if there's any binary with a statically compiled version of openssl which includes this bug. Would it be possible to find a fingerprint ...
What are approaches to forming solid relationships with security researchers? For example, is publishing a public PGP key on the "contact us" page of a company's website for high levels of risk ...
If I found or created a 0day and decided to immediately release it into the wild (Giving a P.o.c w/ source). But not using it to actually exploit anything. Can I be held liable for it?