The Daily Caller

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Programmer responsible for Heartbleed bug speaks: Oops

A MAN PASSES KPMK STAND AT CEBIT FAIR IN HANOVER.

‘… it was a simple programming error in a new feature, which unfortunately occurred in a security relevant area’

The passwords you need to change RIGHT NOW because of the 'Heartbleed' bug

A WOMAN PASSES A HALLWAY AT THE CEBIT FAIR IN HANOVER.

Sites known to be affected include Facebook, Google, Gmail, TurboTax, Yahoo, etc.

Internet users told to change ALL passwords in wake of 'catastrophic' Heartbleed security bug

Visitors pass a giant Videoscreen with moving letters symbolising security codes at the computer- fa..

‘On a scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11′

Video drone dive-bombs, injures triathlete after operator loses control

A pilot flies a Phantom drone by DJI company at the 4th Intergalactic Meeting of Phantom's Pilots in an open secure area in the Bois de Boulogne, western Paris

‘Basically we should all just thank our lucky stars that there [were] no injuries to a child or nobody’s eye got taken out’

Five-year-old discovers MAJOR Xbox One security hack

Xbox fans play the latest games during the Xbox One fan celebration and launch party in Los Angeles, California

‘Just being 5-years-old and being able to find a vulnerability and latch onto that… I thought that was pretty cool’

WhatsApp security hole lets hackers steal conversations

A Whatsapp App page is seen on Facebook on a Samsung Galaxy S4 phone in the central Bosnian town of Zenica

Malicious app takes advantage of Android’s data storage design

SXSW speaker says government officials know NOTHING about cyber-security

A man checks his mobile electronic device during at the Cyber Security Summit 2014 in Bonn

‘That’s like going to negotiate with the Soviets and not knowing what ‘ICBM’ means’

Internet Explorer security hole lets hackers steal users' online banking info

Microsoft vice president Dean Hachamovitch unveils Internet Explorer 9 Beta version in San Franncisco

If the attack is successful, the exploit drops a banking Trojan that steals login details from certain banks

This WiFi virus is contagious like the common cold -- and scary

A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York

‘We demonstrated that this is possible and that it can spread quickly’

You're going to want to know about this NEW iPhone security flaw

A woman poses for a photo illustration with an iPhone as she plays Candy Crush in New York

Security exploit present in all current iOS software

Security hole in Apple iPhone, iPad and Mac devices keeps getting bigger

Apple's iPhone 5Cs are displayed on racks bearing the logo of China Mobile in Beijing

Major security flaw leaves users’ data exposed across multiple devices

If you use Tinder, you're going to want to read this (Yikes!)

Tinder

This could be a problem

Programmer exposes 'MONSTER' iPhone security flaw

Attendees use cell phones to capture the presentation of the Parkchoonmoo 2014 Fall/Winter collection during New York Fashion Week

Flaw allows hackers to send anonymous, unblockable text massages to an iPhone lock screen

Hacking x-ray machines could get guns through airport security

Passengers show boarding passes to board an escalator to gates as a Los Angeles Airport Police officer stands guard where a moment of silence was held for TSA Officer Gerardo Hernandez at Los Angeles airport

‘Someone could basically own this machine and modify the images that the operators see’

This iPhone-sized device can hack a car in five minutes

CHT by FORBES
'A car is a mini network, and right now there's no security implemented'

Why everyone going to the Sochi Winter Olympics will probably be hacked

Russian Federation Chef de Mission Alexander Kravtsov, Olympic Village Mayor Elena Isinbaeva and Russian President Vladimir Putin visit the Coastal Cluster Olympic Village

‘Travelers should have no expectation of privacy’

Report: NSA uses radio waves to hack OFFLINE computers

A white covered structure is pictured on the roof of the British embassy in Berlin

‘What’s new here is the scale and the sophistication of the intelligence agency’s ability to get into computers and networks’

How data are HACKED and how you can keep yours SAFE, in one chart

A magnifying glass is held in front of a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin

The biggest hacks of last year explained

How to hack your new Kindle with LEGOs [VIDEO]

University professor creates device to bypass digital security

Hacker says 'no security built into' Obamacare data hub

‘The federal government does not have to disclose a breach of data’