|Malware Targets Facebook Users
Heartbleed is still a very real issue for IT admins, but it’s far from the only issue. The latest woe comes in the form of a malicious Android app called iBanking that can spy on your communications.
|OpenSSL Calls for More Support
The president of the OpenSSL Foundation says more support is needed from companies and governments that use its software so that it can better spot and fix flawed pieces of code such as Heartbleed.
|How, Why Heartbleed Got Its Name
The word "Heartbleed" has entered the popular lexicon thanks a gaping hole discovered in a commonly used piece of security software. But where did the name come from?
|Android Apps Mine Virtual Currency
Using malicious software to mine virtual currency on desktop PCs is not new, but now hackers are using Android apps from Google Play and third-party markets to secretly install the mining software.