Read full post What apparently started as a $1.50 bet on “Call of Duty” and turned into a Twitter argument ended up in an innocent man’s death.
Read full post An ironic bug – when Firefox hit a bug and crashed, it could then hit another bug and upload crash report data even if you’d told it not to.
Read full post If you’re on IT duty over New Year’s – here’s a bit of fun that looks just like real work but isn’t. (Don’t let on that we said so.)
Read full post From frustrating to mysterious to downright creepy, here are ten things we learned during 2017.
Read full post Company to pay US Department of Health and Human Services over potential HIPAA violations after patient medical data was stolen by cyberthieves.
Read full post Don’t worry, you can keep your calculator – but understanding how to speed up multiplication can make you safer online.
Read full post The government says its rules are to protect security and stability, but some say they are repressive.
Read full post Micro-segmentation is very achievable. While it can feel daunting, you can succeed by proactively being aware of and avoiding these roadblocks.
Read full post The worm has returned and the Yahoos have all been exposed, but did 2017 teach us any genuinely new lessons we shouldn’t already have known?
Read full post The Cyber News Rundown brings you the latest happenings in cyber news weekly. Who am I? I’m Connor Madsen, a Webroot Threat Research Analyst, and a guy with a passion for all things security. Any questions? Just...
Read full post A Russian national in jail for hacking the Democratic National Committee says a data signature proves he acted on the Kremlin’s orders.
Read full post Mozilla released five patches for Thunderbird security vulnerabilities, including one critical buffer overflow bug affecting Windows machines.
Read full post Most corporate boards are not taking tangible actions to shape their companies’ security strategies or investment plans, a PwC study shows.
Read full post VCs weigh in with their advice on how to select a startup with staying power when purchasing security solutions and services.
Read full post Courtesy of its highly customizable nature – along with its ability to persist in the system and to provide valuable information for fine-tuning the highly configurable payloads – the malware can be adapted for attacks against any...
Read full post Attackers gain access to personal information of Nissan Canada Finance and Infiniti Financial Services Canada customers.
Read full post Thousands of attempts have been made to exploit a zero-day vulnerability in the Huawei home router HG532.
Read full post Ransomware and data breaches remain major thorns in the sides of users and organizations across the world, often piercing their defenses without too much effort. The post Cybersecurity review of 2017: The year of wake-up calls –...
Read full post We had fun squashing our favourite 2017 stories into tweet-sized versions. We’d love you to join in – try your hand at lossy compression!
Read full post A file containing hundreds of thousands of RootsWeb users’ email, login information, and passwords was found externally exposed, genealogy site says.
Read full post You can get everything from inexpensive flights and hotels to fake passports in the cyber underground, says Trend Micro.
Read full post Cybercriminals distribute malicious email attachments purportedly coming from three common brands of network printer-scanner devices.
Read full post 9900 seconds of free time at Christmas. What you gonna do?
Read full post “Smart” toys are getting bigger, pricier and more complex, but are they secure?
Read full post When analysts investigate an indicator of compromise, our primary goal is to determine if it is malicious as quickly as possible. Identifying attack patterns helps you mitigate quicker.
Read full post Apple has quietly been suppressing the CPU speed of older iPhones to stop their batteries randomly shutting off
Read full post Everything and everybody is hackable – and that includes Big Brother
Read full post Maria takes a break from reviewing Mr Robot and turns her attention to the ultimate Christmas movie