The United States is one of the few democracies without some formal data protection agency, and we need one. Senator Gillibrand just proposed creating one....
The plugin is actively installed on over 700,000 websites.
A network of malicious Chrome extensions was injecting malicious ads in millions of Chrome installs.
Researchers say Voatz security flaws could allow someone to alter, stop, or expose how an individual user has voted.
The RAT has graduated from infancy and is fast becoming a threat that should be taken seriously.
The campaign is focused on cyberespionage and may be politically motivated.
Ransomware incident was kept secret and never reported, current county election supervisor says.
Motherboard has a long article on apps -- Edison, Slice, and Cleanfox -- that spy on your email by scraping your screen, and then sell that information to others: Some of the companies listed in the J.P. Morgan document sell data sourced from "personal inboxes," the document adds. A spokesperson for J.P. Morgan Research, the part of the company that...
Passwords are a notorious security mess. The FIDO Alliance wants to replace them with better, more secure technology and now Apple is it them in this effort.
Report: The vast majority of interviewed CISO executives (88%) report high levels of stress, a third report stress-caused physical health issues, half report mental health issues.
The CSME system is subject to a severe bug leading to a host of different exploits.
Arbitrary code execution issues have eclipsed other security problems in February’s patch round.
The number of user attempts to install malware-infected apps from outside the Play Store has gone up from 1.6 billion, reported in 2017 and 2018, to 1.9 billion, last year.
Average loss per BEC scam amounted to nearly $75,000, per complaint, on average.
This is one of Microsoft's biggest Patch Tuesday known to date.
DDoS attacks can reach an amplification factor of 100, but servers will crash very quickly.
The Swiss cryptography firm Crypto AG sold equipment to governments and militaries around the world for decades after World War II. They were owned by the CIA: But what none of its customers ever knew was that Crypto AG was secretly owned by the CIA in a highly classified partnership with West German intelligence. These spy agencies rigged the company's...
Security firm discovers what appears to be one of Emotet's most dangerous modules.
Certificate authority misuse, MiTM attacks, and problems with cryptographic key handling are now of serious concern to enterprise firms.
In a blast from the past, KBOT has been deemed the first “living” virus detected in recent years.