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The bug allowed the researcher to see the most sensitive vulnerabilities in Google's services.
For the first time since the Edward Snowden surveillance revelations, lawmakers get to choose a new law.
As data from critical applications proliferates, customers are looking for deep visibility across the storage network, Cisco says.
The AmosConnect communication shipboard platform is so weak, complete hijacking is easy -- and there's an open door, too.
Apparently, a pirate download of Microsoft Office could be the root of all the trouble.
Researchers are exploring ways to use your smartphone's camera as a secure way to identify yourself.
While serious, the bug would take advanced skills to exploit in a very small time window.
Yet another lesson in how not to secure your network.
Reaper is on track to become one of the largest botnets recorded in recent years — and yet nobody seems to know what it will do or when. But researchers say the damage could be bigger than last year's cyberattack.
Arm hopes the adoption of its new PSA system will help protect trillions of connected devices in the future.
The company has promised independent source code reviews and increased bug bounty rewards in the future.
Google's online payments system is designed to speed up purchases and reduce failure rates.
The source of the recording said Facebook's senior management and executives were apathetic to matters of cybersecurity. Alex Stamos said he used one of the remarks "as a figure of speech."
Malicious Minecraft skin downloads can harness your device for DDoS attacks.
Given how the NSA has tried to hack anything it can, many looked to one top secret leaked document for answers.
Hundreds of different products are affected by a range of vulnerabilities tackled in the update.
Malware which forces ATMs to hemorrhage cash has been discovered for sale on the Dark Web at an unfortunately accessible price.
Vendors are reacting swiftly to a vulnerability that lets attackers eavesdrop on your network traffic.
The malware affects Windows 7 and up to Windows 8.1, the researchers confirmed.
A new security flaw has placed the security of RSA encryption in jeopardy.