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Code leaked by the Shadow Brokers group has set off calls from security researchers and tech groups in the US for a national conversation about vulnerability disclosure policy.
A security researcher claims to have hacked an Amazon server and dumped the information of tens of thousands of users online. Even though several sources appear to speak for the data's legitimacy, Amazon says it's nonsense.
A new report has called for greater accountability and oversight in the way the government reports the software vulnerabilities that it discovers.
Symantec's new report has been released, showing some interesting numbers on how many companies actively fail to report breaches, but how much does transparency really matter in keeping data safe?
One mysterious hacker has blackmailed a UAE bank threatening to release the account information of some of their most important clients over Twitter.
Security consultant Gianni Gnesa has been threatened with legal action ahead of a speech at the upcoming Hack in the Box conference in Singapore.
We ask industry experts, when life and limb are at risk, is responsible disclosure of vulnerabilities enough? Or should there be mandated disclosure?
Vulnerability management firm Secunia has apologised after an undisclosed vulnerability was sent to a public emailing list.