One of them is considered the leader of Evil Corp, described as "the world’s most harmful cyber crime group."
Microsoft used a database of three billion publicly leaked credentials to identify users who reused passwords.
The open source project took less than 40 hours to develop fixes for the bugs.
An analyst and a cut-and-paste job resulted in a critical security problem.
Interesting story of a flawed computer voting machine and a paper ballot available for recount. All ended well, but only because of that paper backup. Vote totals in a Northampton County judge's race showed one candidate, Abe Kassis, a Democrat, had just 164 votes out of 55,000 ballots across more than 100 precincts. Some machines reported zero votes for him....
CyrusOne data centers infected by REvil (Sodinokibi) ransomware.
Nine years later, developer corrects code snippet.
Two years after the last attacks, the Great Cannon is up and running again.
IBM identifies new ZeroCleare destructive malware targeting energy companies active in the Middle East region.
SAP has been left red-faced for allowing the security lapse to occur.
Carolyn McCarthy gave an excellent TEDx talk about becoming a tech policy activist. It's a powerful call for public-interest technologists....
A pair in their twenties have been arrested.
One library was available for only two days, but the second was live for nearly a year.
This just in: We are pleased to announce the factorization of RSA-240, from RSA's challenge list, and the computation of a discrete logarithm of the same size (795 bits): RSA-240 = 12462036678171878406583504460810659043482037465167880575481878888328 966680118821085503603957027250874750986476843845862105486553797025393057189121 768431828636284694840530161441643046806687569941524699318570418303051254959437 1372159029236099 = 509435952285839914555051023580843714132648382024111473186660296521821206469746 700620316443478873837606252372049619334517 * 244624208838318150567813139024002896653802092578931401452041221336558477095178 155258218897735030590669041302045908071447 [...] The previous records were RSA-768 (768 bits) in December 2009 , and a 768-bit prime discrete logarithm in...
City council member who doubled as a hacker set to be sentenced on Christmas Eve.
90% of all Android 9 apps are encrypting network traffic via HTTPS.
The four extensions, two from Avast and two from AVG, are still available on the Chrome Web Store.
The report exposes privacy issues and tracking techniques in online services we use on a daily basis.
Phishing and DDoS attacks are up, Microsoft security stats reveal.
Novelty may have a hidden, nefarious purpose, the FBI has cautioned.