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Experts debate the risk of KRACK WPA2 flaw

Researchers discover a WPA2 vulnerability and brand it KRACK, but some experts say the early reports overstate the risk of the flaw and downplay the difficulty of an exploit.

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How to handle cryptographic weaknesses in Telerik

A cryptographic weakness was discovered in the Telerik web UI. Expert Judith Myerson alerts readers about this weakness and the alternative options for companies to explore.

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How Google aims to improve Android app security

Google's new security platform, Google Play Protect, looks to decrease Android app security threats through machine learning. Michael Cobb explains how the new platform works.

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Expanding web security testing to server environments

Web application security is crucial, but enterprises also need to look below that layer for web server vulnerabilities. Kevin Beaver explains how to look for common weaknesses.

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    Experts debate the risk of KRACK WPA2 flaw

    Researchers discover a WPA2 vulnerability and brand it KRACK, but some experts say the early reports overstate the risk of the flaw and downplay the difficulty of an exploit.

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    Credit reporting websites deliver malvertising

    Security researchers find drive-by download attacks affecting both Equifax and TransUnion, but Equifax claims systems were not compromised in the website hack.

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    DOJ asks tech firms to encrypt 'responsibly'

    News roundup: The DOJ calls for 'responsible encryption' to comply with court orders. Plus, there's more bad cybersecurity news for banks, and Accenture data in AWS gets exposed.

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