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Yahoo's DMARC policy wreaks havoc among mailing lists

Collateral damage in instruction to reject emails with invalid DKIM signatures. (0 comments)

15 April 2014

A week of Heartbleed

OpenSSL vulnerability has kept the security community busy. (0 comments)

14 April 2014

VB2014 programme and keynote announced

Exciting range of topics to be covered at VB conference in Seattle this September; Katie Moussouris to deliver keynote address. (0 comments)

09 April 2014

OpenSSL vulnerability lets attackers quietly steal servers' private keys

Security firm advises regenerating keys and replacing certificates on vulnerable servers. (2 comments)

08 April 2014

April issue of VB published

The April issue of Virus Bulletin is now available for subscribers to download.

02 April 2014

IEEE announces Anti-Malware Support Service

'Software taggant system' and 'clean file metadata exchange' discussed at previous VB conferences. (1 comment)

06 March 2014

March issue of VB published

The March issue of Virus Bulletin is now available for subscribers to download.

04 March 2014

'Cyberdanger' informs general audience of IT security

Eddy Willems' book is a pleasant read on an important subject. (0 comments)

24 February 2014

Researchers crack ransomware encryption

'Bitcrypt' authors confused their bytes and digits. (8 comments)

21 February 2014

Windows Error Reporting used to discover new attacks

No excuse for sending error reports in cleartext. (0 comments)

19 February 2014

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