The sheer number of sites attempting to revoke and reissue their security certificates following the reveal of Heartbleed could have an effect on the speed of browsers, say analysts.
The FBI has been criticised for its ongoing "Next Generation Identification" programme that has the capability of storing 52 million scans of peoples faces, whether criminal or not.
Imagine a major city completely covered by a video surveillance system designed to monitor the every move of its citizens, run by a fast-learning machine intelligence. This isn't science fiction.
The much-hyped fingerprint scanner on Samsung's brand new Galaxy S5 smartphone has already been hacked.
Large-scale security breaches have people on edge about the security of their data. About 21 percent of online adults claim to have had an email or social networking account compromised, Pew found.
Heartbleed has made everyone think twice about online security – and one way you can stay safer is by using two-factor authentication.
The Heartbleed took a major turn last night, as it was revealed that at least two websites have suffered breaches as a result of the vulnerability.
The first victims to be bled of data via the already notorious Heartbleed flaw are a UK parental advice site, and the Canadian tax agency.
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The whole Heartbleed scandal has opened up a number of cans of security worms, one of which is an opportunity for phishers to wheel out exploits of their own.
We examine the latest fracas over Heartbleed, namely the accusation that the National Security Agency knew about it long ago.