Mozilla patched an unsanitised output flaw in its Firefox browser user interface that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
A consortium of more than 60 universities, industry experts and businesses is set to receive £20 million to create the Institute of Coding to help create the next generation of digital specialists, according to Prime Minister Theresa May.
Cisco Talos researchers identified multiple unpatched vulnerabilities in the Blender Open Source 3D creation suite that could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code.
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore developed a technique to leverage a phones sensors to guess a user's PIN code.
A firmware code created by a Chinese company called Adups has been found to be collecting vasts amount of user information and sending it to servers located in China according to US cyber-security firm Kryptowire.
Bindecy security researchers identified a flaw in the original patch code of the Dirty Cow vulnerability which could ultimately lead to a privilege escalation attack.
Following the US Federal ban on Kaspersky Lab products the company has launched a Global Transparency Initiative, providing its source code for third-party review and opening three transparency centres internationally.
An analysis of over one billion lines of code finds the UK ranks last for the security of its code and finds that teams of 10 do better than teams of 20 or more.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the Save Bletchley Park Campaign. The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) is paying tribute to all campaigners, especially Margaret Sale who has given 25 years of service ensuring the memory of the Second World War codebreakers.
A bug in Linux has been discovered that could allow a hacker to crash a system with just 48 characters of code.
Web development around the world was disrupted when a 28-year-old man deleted 11 lines of his code from npm.
Though a large vulnerability was discovered in eBay's global sales platform, the company has 'no plans' to fix the active code exploit.
Juniper Networks own ScreenOS software harboured unauthorised code, questions of possible use by NSA.
A team of mathematicians were able to break a key used as part of the encryption system that secures many of the most critical IoT technologies internationally.
Security credentials hard coded into repositories could have helped hackers, according to research by security consultant Gabor Szathmari.
Amazon manages to cram OpenSSL alternative into just 6,000 lines of code
Bletchley Park, the forerunner to GCHQ and synonymous with the Enigma code breakers of WWII, opened its international cyber-security exhibition earlier this week.
UK-based security services firm Portcullis has discovered a flaw in Sophos Antivirus that could allow attackers to inject malicious code and disable the software.
David Sandin looks at the implications of using open-source code libraries in vendors' security solution, and the assumptions that lay behind the Heartbleed bug.
Qualys has launched a business version of its BrowserCheck plug-in to help users identify and fix browser security issues.