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Dept of Homeland Security discovers security flaws in millions of US smartphones

The flaws have been found in unspecified phones sold by Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and other carriers. It seems likely that the affected phones are Android devices, but some vulnerabilities have ... read more

Government-backed research suggests millions of smartphones have built-in security flaws

Researchers funded by the Dept. of Homeland Security have found security vulnerabilities built into smartphones at the device ... of a chip with a security flaw inside Samsung’s Galaxy S7 phones that ... read more

Homeland Security warns PC users to uninstall QuickTime after critical flaws are discovered

If you’re a PC user who still has QuickTime installed, you should heed the advice from the Department of Homeland Security and remove it. The DHS warning comes after researchers from Trend Micro found ... read more

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Oracle Corp to fix Java security flaw "shortly"

Company officials could not be reached on Saturday to say how quickly the update would be available for the hundreds of millions of PCs that have Java installed. The Department of Homeland Security .. ... read more


ZTE Smartphones Vulnerable To Hacking, Homeland Security Research Finds

A Department of Homeland Security-funded research reportedly discovered that smartphones manufactured ... Based on the research, the flaws have been present in ZTE smartphones since they were in the ... read more

Penn computing system not at risk with Java software

As of 2012, it has a reported 10 million users ... Three days after the Department of Homeland Security’s recommendation to disable Java, Oracle released a software update to fix the recently ... read more

Department of Homeland Security: Disable Java ‘Unless It Is Absolutely Necessary’

Even after Oracle fixed a serious security flaw in its Java software on Sunday, the Department of Homeland Security warned that the ... “This will help mitigate other Java vulnerabilities that may be ... read more

Department of Homeland Security warns users against using Internet Explorer

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Monday warned computer users against using ... may consider employing an alternate browser", the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) ... read more

Department of Homeland Security Partners With Silicon Valley

A scant thirteen years after the creation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, this agency has finally discovered the magical place known ... procurement and supplier rules. "In order for us ... read more

Oracle fixes Java flaw after Homeland Security warning

NEW YORK — Oracle fixed a security flaw in its Java software Sunday after the Department of Homeland Security warned computer ... and new Java vulnerabilities are likely to be discovered.’’ A European ... read more

Should we stop using Java? Experts and the US Department of Homeland Security think so

Last weekend, security experts everywhere were alerting users to a zero-day vulnerability that left computers using even the latest version of Java open to attacks from cyber-criminals. The flaw has . ... read more



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