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

Researchers funded by the Department of Homeland Security say that they have discovered major security vulnerabilities likely to affect millions of US smartphones. FifthDomain reports that the privile... read more

Flaw in Wi-Fi security protocol puts millions of devices at risk

The flaw discovered by Marty Vanhoef of KU Leuven is so serious that the United States Department of Homeland Security has issued an official warning. At the moment, Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 is the cu... read more

Major Vulnerability Discovered in Phones Sold by Four US Carriers

Phones sold by four US carriers come with a major ... conducted by Kryptowire and funded by the Department of Homeland Security. While no specifics were provided on the brands that are affected by the ... read more

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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


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

New Java Flaw Discovered, Selling for $5K on Black Web

Oracle must think it’s experiencing a bad case of déjà vu right now – just days after it released a patch for a ‘serious’ vulnerability discovered in its ... which the US Department of Homeland Securi... read more

U.S. warns on Java software as security concerns escalate

(Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable Oracle Corp's Java software, amplifying security experts' prior warnings to hundreds of millions of consumers ... o... read more

Java security exploits patched by Oracle

Oracle on Monday was distributing a patch for Java software flaws deemed so dangerous that the US Department of Homeland Security said that people should ... other Java vulnerabilities that may be dis... read more

Hackers can exploit Boston Scientific's Zoom Latitude device, feds advise

The Department of Homeland Security said a medical ... past patients' protected health information. Security researchers Jonathan Butts and Billy Rios of the cyber-consulting firm WhiteScope discovere... read more

What is missing from the NIST/DHS botnet security report?

In May, NIST, a unit of the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a botnet security report named "A Report to the President on Enhancing the Resilience o... read more

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

Serious Flaw in Java Software Is Found, Then Patched

6:53 p.m. | Updated Oracle fixed a security flaw in its Java software on Sunday, after the Department of Homeland ... under the name Kafeine first discovered the vulnerability and posted it to his blo... read more



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