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Three Google security engineers uncover a major vulnerability in the older -- but still supported -- Web encryption standard SSL 3.0. Experts say fixing it is impossible and upgrading will be difficult.
Two months after the infamous bug was discovered, more than half of vulnerable servers remain unpatched.
NBC News report that attendees at the Winter Olympics were being hacked immediately is "wrong in every respect," Errata Security's Robert Graham says. NBC defends its story.
Apple's new fingerprint sensor Touch ID becomes the focus of a hack bounty, but with a twist. Rewards include cash, but also a patent application, some Scotch, and a book of erotica.
The chipmaker says a USB bug in the chipset that accompanies the "Haswell" processor exists and will be fixed.
The chipmaker is shipping its most power-efficient mainstream processor to date, a source tells CNET. Intel also confirmed a bug in the accompanying chipset today.
Hackers say they got data on Apple device users from FBI agent's laptop, but the agency denies knowing anything about it.
Korean electronics giant says Apple met with experts that provided evidence to court in Australia and convincing two of the three experts to change their minds.
A Cambridge University researcher warns that a security bypass could allow third parties to take control of weapons and nuclear power plants. Another expert calls those claims "bogus."
Networking is now the heart of the home. But why is it still such an awful experience?