On Halloween, Google releases Chrome 78.0.3904.87 to patch a Chrome zero-day discovered by Kaspersky exploited in the wild.
Firefox users won't be able to sideload extensions starting March 2020, with Firefox 74.
First-of-its kind attack to hit a renewable energy provider. Also first cyber-attack to disconnect a US power grid operator from its power generation station.
Over 7,000 infections reported in Germany alone. The malware is still spreading.
MessageTap malware is meant to be installed on Short Message Service Center (SMSC) servers, on a telco's network.
What Apple’s iOS has already received is now available for Android handsets.
DNA matching can produce interesting data on family trees, but may also expose us to serious risk.
Once hackers compromise an MSP's network, they can use its remote access tools to deploy ransomware to hundreds of companies and thousands of computers.
Interesting story. I always recommend using a random number generator like Fortuna, even if you're using a hardware random source. It's just safer....
Cyberattackers are using a variety of tactics to stop Google spotting suspicious app behavior.
The two hackers stole 57 million user and driver details from Uber and 90,000 Lynda.com user details from LinkedIn. They then tried to extort the companies for "bug bounties."
Ubisoft said it sent cease-and-desist letters to DDoS service providers, filed complaints against offending players.
WhatsApp is suing the Israeli cyberweapons arms manufacturer NSO Group in California court: WhatsApp's lawsuit, filed in a California court on Tuesday, has demanded a permanent injunction blocking NSO from attempting to access WhatsApp computer systems and those of its parent company, Facebook. It has also asked the court to rule that NSO violated US federal law and California state...
Two days after rumors of a malware infection at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant surfaced on Twitter, the plant's parent company confirms the security breach.
The company also says that Apple’s attitude to security research is “harmful.”
Cash was withheld from staff wages but did not end up in IRS coffers.