Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news, podcasts, interviews, videos and articles: Researchers debunk severity of OAuth "Covert Redirect" bug A Ph.D.
Week in review: IE 0-day patched, Windows XP gets unexpected update, and tips on how to learn information security
Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news, reviews and articles: XSS bug in popular Chinese site exploited to launch DDoS attack DDoS mitigation firm Incapsula has put a stop to the speculations that the video content provider whose vulnerable website was misused to launch a DDoS attack was YouTube, and has revealed that it was actually Sohu.com, currently the 27th most visited website in the world.
Week in review: OpenBSD team forks OpenSSL, tech giants to fund open source projects, VPN users endangered by Heartbleed
Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news, reviews, articles and interviews: Supposedly patched router backdoor was simply hidden When security systems' engineer and researcher Eloi Vanderbeken discovered the existence of a backdoor in his own Linksys router last Christmas, he spurred other hackers to check what other routers have the same backdoor.
Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news and articles: Appeals court overturns AT&T hacker's sentence Andrew "weev" Auernheimer, a hacker and member of Goatse Security, was sentenced to spend 41 months in prison for his role in the harvesting and publishing emails and AT&T authentication IDs of 114,000 early-adopters of Apple's iPad in 2010.
Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news, interviews, reviews and articles: Does IP convergence open you up to hackers? Recent reports indicate that unauthorized persons gained access to Target's network using credentials stolen from a company that worked on the company's refrigeration, heating, ventilation and air conditioning.