Representatives of the Tor Project, the non-profit organization that maintains the software needed for using the Tor anonymity network and operates the Onion network, have announced the imminent creation of a bug bounty program aimed at finding and fixing security flaws in the software.
SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center has raised its infocon status - the status of the condition of the Internet infrastructure - from green to yellow, following the public revelation of two backdoors in Juniper's NetScreen firewall devices, and the publication of the password that allows easy exploitation of one of them.
Following significant feedback from the global PCI community and security experts, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) announced a change to the date that organizations who process payments must migrate to TLS 1.1 encryption or higher.
Starting on January 2016, Microsoft's Trusted Root Certificate Program will no longer include twenty currently trusted CAs and will remove their root certificates removed from the Trusted Root CA Store.
Crypto phones - whether they are hardware devices or mobile apps - are a great way to assure that your VoIP communications remain private, but the security and privacy they offer is dependent on whether the users don't make mistakes while using them.
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