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  • Checklist: Should I use Linux?

    08.08.2014

    For those who arenít sure how to evaluate the efficacy of Linux for themselves, we have created a simple guide that can walk you through the criteria you need to look at.

  • Open source threat visualization engine for infosec pros

    05.08.2014

    OpenDNS has released OpenGraphiti, an interactive open source data visualization engine that enables security analysts, researchers and data scientists to pair visualization and Big Data to create 3D representations of threats.

  • Open source responsible disclosure framework released

    25.07.2014

    Bugcrowd, known for crowdsourced security testing, publicly released a new guide for companies looking to set up their own responsible disclosure programs.

  • eBook: Linux Device Drivers, 2nd Edition

    25.07.2014

    This 525-page book is for anyone who wants to support computer peripherals under the Linux operating system or who wants to develop new hardware and run it under Linux.

  • Private contact, calendar sync service for Android

    22.07.2014

    Open Whisper Systems has released Flock, a private cloud service for securely and privately syncing contacts and calendars between multiple mobile Android devices, and is meant to replaces the sync services provided by Google.




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Most popular Android apps open users to MITM attacks

Posted on 21 August 2014.  |  An analysis of the 1,000 most popular free Android apps from the Google Play store has revealed a depressing fact: most of them sport an SSL/TLS vulnerability that can be misused for executing MITM attacks, and occasionally additional ones, as well.


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