The new draft proposes to make the Internet a better place where unwarranted government snooping on communications is forbidden.
One of the most popular ad platforms suffers from a zero-day vulnerability which if not patch may allow subset of its users to inject arbitrary code.
A well-known security company has claimed that it has unearthed evidences that point to direct involvement of North Korean hackers in South Korean military spying.
Towards the end of its life Windows XP is getting a couple of critical security fixes alongside its younger siblings.
Picture password mechanism might not be as secure as first touted as there have been quite a few instances wherein researchers have claimed that his mechanism is easy to crack.
Researchers have found answers to the baffling problems of Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), which could pave the way for quantum communications on handhelds.
One of the fastest growing free chat applications, in terms of install base, doesn’t provide the required security leaving messages sent and received prone to decryption.
The extension developed by Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Tor Project has disappeared from Chrome, the Firefox add-on is still available for use though.
Google has not only managed to close more than 2000 security bugs in Chromium browser and web apps but, also saved a great deal of money by crowdsourcing security flaw-finding.
In the world of too many login credentials browsers like Chrome provide the option of storing the credentials for you but, a software developer claims Chrome isn’t up to the job.