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Mozilla's security staff is cracking down on malicious Firefox add-ons.
Hackers exploited a Trend Micro OfficeScan zero-day to plant malicious files on Mitsubishi Electric servers.
Plaintiffs claim New York startup broke Illinois privacy laws regarding the use of residents' biometrics data.
REvil ransomware gang has been spotted abusing Citrix bug to infect victims.
It may be no surprise considering US law enforcement was recently granted permission to plunder DNA databases.
Additional versions of Citrix ADC and Citrix Gateway can now be protected against the severe security issue.
The trading post was a hotbed of stolen US credit card information.
Another NY Senate bill would create a cyber security enhancement fund and restricting the use of taxpayer moneys in paying ransoms
GE Healthcare plans to release patches in Q2 2020.
Malware analysts believe someone has hijacked the Phorpiex botnet from its creator and is sabotaging its operations by alerting users they've been infected.
Bezos hack connected to Khashoggi murder and the Washington Post's subsequent media coverage.
Microsoft will change the default search engine in Chrome from Google to Bing for its Office 365 ProPlus customers starting mid-February.
US cyber-insurer Coalition buys BinaryEdge for undisclosed sum to boost its cyber insurance policy offering.
Five servers storing customer support analytics were accidentally exposed online in December 2019.
A database backing point-of-sale systems used in medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries has been compromised.
The code backing ProtonVPN apps on all platforms can now be examined at leisure.
Enterprise companies are being targeted by a business email scam harnessing the Trojan.
The sum represents ESU fees for over 33,000 government workstations that are still running Windows 7, allowing German government systems to receive security updates for one more year.
sLoad malware gangs makes a comeback after having operations exposed last month.
Operation Glowing Symphony was a success, but Cyber Command operators were not prepared for the amount of data they found in hacked ISIS accounts and servers.