|Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
One week after the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability was unveiled, Canadian authorities have made the first arrest -- a London, Ontario teenager -- connected to exploiting the security hole.
|iPad Hacker Conviction Overturned
A federal appeals court has reversed the conviction of a man imprisoned for illegally gaining access to AT&T's computer servers and stealing the e-mail addresses of more than 100,000 iPad users.
|Is Heartbleed the Biggest Threat Ever?
As the known extent of the Heartbleed bug increases to include hundreds of thousands of Web sites and possibly Android itself, a question being assessed is whether it has set a milestone in security threats.
|Heartbleed Bug Breaks Web Security
Are you ready for the next massive vulnerability? It’s called Heartbleed and it could give hackers access to user passwords and even trick people into using fake versions of popular Web sites.