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Security researchers have uncovered a group of hackers that broke into 300 banks, corporations and governments for 12 years without being caught. The hacker collective from Germany exploited a loophole in the UK which enabled them to obtain security certificates to allow them to target organisations in Germany, Switzerland and Austria and access sensitive, confidential […]

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The Heartbleed security flaw could pose a major nuisance even if your data isn’t compromised, as hundreds of thousands of websites scramble to fix the problem—causing what the Washington Post predicts will be “major disruptions” to Internet service. At issue are sites’ security certificates, or identification information proving they…

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DigiNotar, the Dutch certificate authority which hackers compromised and used to generate hundreds of bogus web security certificates, has filed for bankruptcy.The announcement that DigiNotar has filed for voluntary bankruptcy was made today by its US parent company VASCO Data Security International.And, quite frankly, there aren’t many who will be mourning its loss.VASCO’s CEO, T. […]

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