The RSA has angrily denied a claim that it secretly took $10 million from the NSA to use the buggered up Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator in its encryption products.
RSA, whose SecurID tokens have been linked to the recent hacks of both the company itself and Lockheed Martin, is offering to replace the tokens of many of its customers.
Lockheed Martin confirmed on Saturday that it's been the target of a 'significant and tenacious' hacking attack.
RSA - the security arm of data storage company EMC - is warning its customers that their data may be at risk, following an 'extremely sophisticated' cyberattack.
HBGary - a security company hacked by Anonymous activists - has unceremoniously bowed out of the annual RSA conference in San Francisco.
Do you dream of stealing lucrative corporate secrets from careless and overpaid executives in the foggy San Francisco night? Well, you are not alone.
The most widely used software encryption technique has a major weakness, University of Michigan computer scientists have discovered.