Ubisoft delivers on threats it made in September 2019 and goes after website selling DDoS services that were used to launch attacks against Rainbow Six Siege servers.
The New York Times has a long story about Clearview AI, a small company that scrapes identified photos of people from pretty much everywhere, and then uses unstated magical AI technology to identify people in other photos. His tiny company, Clearview AI, devised a groundbreaking facial recognition app. You take a picture of a person, upload it and get to...
Mitsubishi Electric says hackers did not obtain sensitive information about defense contracts.
Reports suggest a government database was misused for age verification purposes.
Citrix is racing to develop patches for software builds vulnerable to the severe bug.
LastPass issue appears to impact users with accounts dating back to 2014 and earlier.
The list was shared by the operator of a DDoS booter service.
IE zero-day connected to last week's Firefox zero-day.
This is fantastic work: In total, the researchers identified approximately 2.7 billion DNA base pairs, which is around 90 percent the size of the human genome. There's nothing particularly special about that size, especially considering that the axolotl genome is 10 times larger than the human genome. It's going to take some time to fully understand and appreciate the intricacies...
Visa is actively going after Magecart groups, but also deploying new technologies to safeguard payment card data.
Google Drive, Twitter, ImgBB and Google Forms are being abused in the name of data theft.
The “easily exploitable” bug in WP Database Reset has serious consequences for webmasters.
FireEye believes this is a bad guy hoarding Citrix servers, rather than a good-guy vigilante looking out for organizations.
A potential ban could last for five years to allow lawmakers to catch up.
WeLeakInfo website sold access to more than 12 billion user records that leaked from breaches at other online services.
The SharePoint CVE-2019-0604 vulnerability has been one of the most targeted security flaw
Story of how Tiffany & Company moved all of its inventory from one store to another. Short summary: careful auditing and a lot of police....
Two proof-of-concept exploits published for the CurveBall (CVE-2020-0601) vulnerability.
Chinese authorities continue their crackdown against unauthorized VPN services with what appears to be their biggest catch so far.
A new set of 25 Android apps caught illegally charging users at the end of a trial period.