Google Street View Unravels CAPTCHAs
Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
Malware Targets Facebook Users
IBM Adds Disaster Recovery to SoftLayer
How To Beat the Heartbleed Bug
The latest software Google uses for its Street View cars to read street numbers in images for Google Maps works so well that it also solves CAPTCHAs, those puzzles designed to defeat bots.
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.
Heartbleed is still a very real issue for IT admins, but it’s far from the only issue. The latest woe comes in the form of a malicious Android app called iBanking that can spy on your communications.
New disaster recovery and security services for SoftLayer clients are being added by IBM. Big Blue said the new capabilities will speed cloud adoption by alleviating concern over business continuity.
Heartbleed headlines continue as IT admins scramble for answers no one has. Early reports of stolen personal data, including 900 social insurance numbers in Canada, are starting to trickle in.