RSA Conference 2015 coverage

News, products and happenings from RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco.

Managing wearable tech in the workplace

Wearables' novelty is matched by their vulnerability, exposing employers' IT infrastructure to malicious intruders and data theft.

Popular WordPress plugins vulnerable to XSS

At least 17 WordPress plugins have been found vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS) flaws that could allow attackers to inject malicious code in the browsers of the sites' visitors.

1,500 iOS apps sport flaw that allows interception of user data

A bug in an older version of AFNetworking can allow attackers to intercept and decrypt HTTPS traffic between apps and servers.

Apple's fix didn't close Rootpipe backdoor

It took the company over half a year to issue a patch, but it seems that even that long a period was not long enough to thoroughly address the issue.


Banking botnets persist despite takedowns

More than 90 percent of all Trojans targeted financial institutions located in US, followed by the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia.

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20 April - 24 April 2015.
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26 May - 29 May 2015.

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70 bad exit nodes used in attack against Tor-based SIGAINT

Darknet email service SIGAINT, which aims to provide email privacy to journalists, has been targeted by unknown attackers using at least 70 bad exit nodes.

CyberCenturion contest seeks out UK's young cyber security talent

CyberCenturion is the UK's first team-based cyber security contest specifically designed to attract 12-18 year olds.

Banking botnets persist despite takedowns

This report outlines the inner workings of each bank botnet and provides key indicators for each of them so that organizations can help protect themselves from these threats.

White House cyber attackers linked to OnionDuke APT actor

Kaspersky Lab researchers have recently shared more details about the malware used in the attacks.