Researchers recently discovered that a nearly two-decade-old vulnerability in TLS stacks was still exploitable due to insufficient protective counter-measures some used by highly popular websites.
New Ursnif variants being tested in the wild are using redirection attacks to target Australian banks and malicious TLS callback techniques to achieve process injection.
Increasingly sophisticated malware strains are using SSL to encrypt their activity with malicious SSL-encrypted content more than doubling in the last six months according to a study from Zscaler ThreatLabZ.
Cisco researchers have managed to spot malware in encrypted traffic, making a new development in the fight against malware.
Businesses have learned to embrace economic globalisation and have expanded operations around the world. A new report from BitSight studies how entering new countries can bring on financial, operational and legal risks, including cyber-risks, to an organisation.
Whitehat's top 10 web hacking techniques of 2015 have been released and the freaks have topped the list.
A new vulnerability could kill a certain kind of encryption for plenty of websites. An OpenSSL update has been rushed out to fix major flaw.
Dell's new threat report adds further evidence to support the observation that attackers are increasingly hiding activity within HTTPS.
Californian tech giant Cisco has released an advisory statement explaining that its chat client Jabber is currently vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack.