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  • Critical Samba flaw allows unauthorized remote code execution

    24.02.2015

    Samba, the popular free software that allows file and print sharing between computers running Windows and those running Unix or Linux, has been found sporting a critical flaw that can be exploited by an attacker to run programs as an administrator.

  • GnuPG 2.0.27 released

    18.02.2015

    GnuPG is a complete and free implementation of the OpenPGP standard.

  • GPG development will continue as donations pour in

    06.02.2015

    An article by Julia Angwin on ProPublica has become the catalyst for an avalanche of much needed donations for the survival of Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG), a free email encryption software that's used by security and privacy-minded people across the globe.

  • How GitHub is redefining software development

    26.01.2015

    The security industry is slowly realizing what the developer community knew for years - collaboration is the key to and likely the future of innovation.

  • Open source software for quantum information

    26.01.2015

    NIST has partnered with the private sector to develop the next-generation open source control software for quantum information systems.




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Real MITM attacks enabled by Komodia's software might have already happened

EFF researchers showed that MITM attacks taking advantage of software using Komodia's encryption libraries have probably been executed in the wild.


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