Researcher Troy Hunt discovers as far as the internet has come in adopting HTTPS, it still has a ways to go.
Google says upcoming version of Chrome will deprecate the browser’s support for HTTP public key pinning.
Researchers identified a new ransomware family called Magniber that uniquely only targets users in South Korea and the Asia Pacific regions.
Cisco patched a critical bug in its Cloud Services Platform 2100 hardware and at the same time told customers 96 of its products are vulnerable to KRACK vulnerabilities.
SSH private keys are being targeted by hackers who have stepped up the scanning of thousands of WordPress website in search of private keys.
ICANN, the overseer of the Internet’s namespace, announced this week that it was postponing a scheduled change to the cryptographic key that protects the Domain Name System.
Over 4,000 insecure Elasticsearch servers have been hosting the point-of-sale malware Alina and JackPoS.
Tor cofounder Roger Dingledine sets the record straight at DEF CON on popular myths, and at the same time teases upcoming features.
The Tor Project is launching a public bug bounty program to encourage security researchers to responsibly report issues they find in the software.
Leading certificate authority Let’s Encrypt is facing criticism that its rapid growth and eagerness to encrypt internet communications is happening at a cost.