In the news this month, a serious security vulnerability – dubbed Heartbleed – emerges in OpenSSL, one of the Web’s most widely deployed cryptographic tools. Microsoft ships the last security fixes to its once-ubiquitous Windows XP operating system. Apple resolves its own similar but separate cryptography vulnerabilities. In addition, we’ve got more data breaches and, as always, more Android news.
April 2014 Monthly News Podcast
Chris Brook of Threatpost and Brian Donohue discuss the month’s news, including OpenSSL Heartbleed, the end of Windows XP, Android, data breaches, and more.