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by: Bryon Turcotte  /  October 13, 2014


Today's world is filled with battles, attacks, threats, and vulnerabilities . Whether you flip a page, change a channel or click a mouse, you are continually reminded that you may or may not be totally protected by that large wall of safety and security you believed would...

by: Bryon Turcotte  /  May 9, 2014


Heartbleed, a serious and historic programming flaw in OpenSSL, left federal officials stalled on legal details and many federal computing systems "_ vulnerable for several days longer than necessary_, "according to a recent article published on the Federal News Radio...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  May 2, 2014


The Pew Research Center, based in Washington, D.C., released data from a recent study indicating that less than half of the Internet users who are aware of the Heartbleed security flaw "_have taken steps to protect themselves_" against its threats, according to a recent...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  April 17, 2014


Since the announcement of the Heartbleed bug, a number of the top security firms – including Symantec, Intel Security's McAfee division, and Kaspersky Lab – have not only been busy investigating its impact on their customers but have also had the frustration of "_debugging_"...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  April 16, 2014


A team of researchers at the San Francisco-based firm CloudFlare have recently determined that the private encryption key of a server "_may be obtained using the Heartbleed bug _, "according to a recent article published by Computer World . The article indicates that "_four...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  April 14, 2014


In line with the global desire to make websites "_more secure_, "comments at a recent industry conference suggested that internet giant Google has been discussing an incentive which will give search-engine results "_a boost_" for websites that use "encryption, "according to...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  April 9, 2014


The concerns of security experts and technical professionals around the globe have recently been raised as a serious exploit known as the Heartbleed Bug has raised its ugly head in the "OpenSSL cryptographic library_" which, according to articles published by The Epoch Times...


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