While this month has seen reports about data breaches at Neiman Marcus and Michaels Stores, 2013 was the year of mega breaches, such as the one that exposed 110 million records at Target and the 150 million at Adobe.
Adobe announced updates to its Creative Cloud suite this week.
It seems that "password" is no longer the preferred password of most internet users; instead, "123456" has taken over the go-to password for the security inept.
Adobe released the latest version of its venerable Technical Communications Suite this week.
Major data breaches are happening all the time. Just last week, more than two million passwords from Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and other accounts were stolen by hackers who installed keylogging malware on millions of computers. We all read about the breaches, but what happens after the breaches?
Adobe ColdFusion 10 update 10 and earlier versions are vulnerable to a cross-site scripting attack that could enable an attack to inject arbitrary HTML content in the logviewer directory, warned CERT on Monday.
Adobe's data breach, first uncovered by security researchers Brian Krebs and Alex Holden, could now reach 150 million records disclosed, up from an original estimate of 2.9 million, says security firm Sophos.
Two reports this week offered somewhat conflicting data on the effectiveness of Facebook as a marketing channel.
The Adobe data breach affected 38 million users of its products, far more than the 2.9 million originally estimated, the firm is now admitting.
Adobe and HP unveiled new anayltics offerings this week.