What's wrong and what's right with SSL? Nearly two decades after he helped write SSL 3.0, Paul Kocher is looking to hardware for security.
Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari are all vulnerable.
SSL Certificate Authorities claim a 99.995 accuracy rate, despite headline-making Web security breaches in the last two years.
Derek Soeder of Cylance and Kostya Kortchinsky of Microsoft are credited with uncovering the vulnerability.
Internet Explorer and Windows Kernel-Mode driver vulnerabilities top the list in Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for February 2013.
Both flaws are currently being exploited in the wild.
Bamital botnet put 8 million PCs at risk from malicious search redirect – but was there any other malware risk?
Oracle issues massive update to secure Java.