As if to celebrate its two-year anniversary, Shellshock, one of the most infamous bugs of 2014, ramped up its activity in September.
With the Bash Shellshock exploit still clouding our vision, it's easy to lose sight of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability. How are the two similar?
The Bash bug, a new vulnerability known as Shellshock, could have a sizable impact on an untold number of devices, according to security experts.
According to a recent Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security release, the Backoff hacker tool is still alive and well in American POS systems.
The latest IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Report discusses the aftermath of the Heartbleed vulnerability, what organizations can learn and improve upon.
More than half of web servers on the internet use OpenSSL to safeguard data and user accounts. Versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f are vulnerable to an exploit that may expose user credentials, credit card data, sensitive documents and the server's...