CVE-2014-0160 - News, Features, and Slideshows


  • Is this Unix's Code Red Moment?

    Back in July 2001 two security researchers, Marc Maiffret and Ryan Permeh from eEye Digital Security, discovered the Code Red worm - a piece of malware that targeted Microsoft's IIS software and propagated wildly until it was stopped. It was followed by more vulnerabilities and threats until Microsoft was forced to launch its Trustworthy Computing initiative in 2002.

    Anthony Caruana | 24 Oct | Read more

  • How to stay protected for Heartbleed and other OpenSSL flaws

    Heartbleed wasn't just an interesting Internet security story. It was a sign that one of the most fundamental building blocks relied on by many large companies was significantly flawed. Even more staggering was the revelation that the OpenSSL open source code library, that is responsible for SSL communications between systems, had another flaw that went undetected for over a decade.

    Anthony Caruana | 24 Jun | Read more