Researchers found a “gaping hole” in what was thought to be an extremely secure area in our mobile devices.
Security researchers identify APT33's private network of 21 VPN nodes.
Hacker was detected after creating a giant archive file that took up all the free disk space. Had been inside the company's network for almost two years, undetected.
EU NGO finds network of fake news sites linked to Indian NGOs and think tanks, all spreading anti-Pakistan propaganda.
Autonomous systems are going to have to do much better than this. The Uber car that hit and killed Elaine Herzberg in Tempe, Ariz., in March 2018 could not recognize all pedestrians, and was being driven by an operator likely distracted by streaming video, according to documents released by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) this week. But while...
The worst bugs resolved this month can result in code execution.
TPM-FAIL lets attackers steal private keys from TPMs. Attacks take from minutes to a few hours.
The November 2019 Patch Tuesday fixes 74 vulnerabilities, of which 13 are rated "Critical."
The Bytecode Alliance's main goal is to promote the use of security-hardened WebAssembly tools.
Intel released an updated version of pmxdrvx64.sys and pmxdrv.sys; however, patching might take a while.
Zombieload v2 impacts Intel CPUs released since 2013, if they support the Intel TSX instruction set.
All issues have been privately reported and patches are available.
The severe security flaw can bypass self-defense mechanisms.
The Wall Street Journal has a story about how two people were identified as the perpetrators of a ransomware scheme. They were found because -- as generally happens -- they made mistakes covering their tracks. They were investigated because they had the bad luck of locking up Washington, DC's video surveillance cameras a week before the 2017 inauguration....
A suspected attack involving Ryuk impacted less than five percent of systems.
A Dutch court has demanded that Facebook ups its game when it comes to ad fraud.
Interesting: Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant are vulnerable to attacks that use lasers to inject inaudible -- and sometimes invisible -- commands into the devices and surreptitiously cause them to unlock doors, visit websites, and locate, unlock, and start vehicles, researchers report in a research paper published on Monday. Dubbed Light Commands, the attack works against Facebook Portal and a...
A new RaaS offering is attempting to undercut competitors to become established in the lucrative criminal space.
Microsoft's Meltdown patch was causing BlueKeep attacks to crash on some systems.
SmarterASP.NET, a company with more than 440,000 customers, said it's been hit by ransomware over the weekend.