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Sean Michael Kerner
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When the Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw became a media circus. administrators felt left out of the loop, says Sean Michael Kerner

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wayne Rash
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No one knows if the Heartbleed flaw was exploited, but you should make changes to be safe, says Wayne Rash

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On by Pedro Hernandez 0

The Microsoft Azure platform becomes the first solution to meet the EU's stringent privacy requirements

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On by Thomas Brewster 0

Lack of cyber policing skills in the UK is a cause for concern

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On by Tom Jowitt 0

Red faces at Google after the discovery that one of the top selling apps in Google Play is a total scam

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On by Thomas Brewster 0

Rights bodies call for the UK to finally drop plans to force ISPs into keeping user information

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Snowden
On by Thomas Brewster 0

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch concerned about Snowden claims

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On by Jeffrey Burt 0

The purchase of IBM's x86 server business by Chinese Lenovo is being probed on national security grounds

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On by Steve McCaskill 1

Microsoft ends support for Windows XP more than 12 years after its launch despite 25 percent of enterprises still running the platform

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heartbleed
On by Matthew Broersma 1

Exploitation of the OpenSSL bug, introduced in 2012, leaves no trace - meaning organisations may already have had their encryption keys stolen

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