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All You Wanted to Know About the Heartbleed Bug

Apr 10, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | The steep rise in E-commerce and online transactions has made application security a major priority. SSL and TLS protocols were the benchmarks of online safety until recently. Everything changed when Random Storm, a British security company, exposed the Heartbleed bug. This major vulnerability has simply dented the once reliable OpenSSL technology. Hundreds of websites have been at risk since the vulnerability was introduced back in 2011. The extent of damage is not yet known. Millions of passwords, usernames and credit card numbers could have been compromised due to this breach. All CISOs and Security executives are busy re-configuring their networks and changing passwords for sensitive accounts. The panic is justified as more than two-thirds of the servers today completely rely on the OpenSSL protocol as their security backbone.

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Yahoo Mail Hacked. Strong Passwords Now A Necessity

Feb 03, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | While hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate computers and networks, email accounts remain the preferred target for extracting sensitive data. The latest breach was found in the Yahoo email service, which was officially acknowledged and confirmed by the internet company on its Tumblr page.

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Start Your Weekend Early With Seriously, AppSec?!

Jan 02, 2014 By Sarah Vonnegut | In case you missed it last week, start 2014 off with a laugh, courtesy of our new Tumblr, Seriously, AppSec?! We’ll be adding new ones all the time, so check back for fresh AppSec reactions.
A few reader favorites:
 

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