Read full post A recent update to the Node Package Manager introduced a bug that caused it to interfere with the operating system, by locking the system itself out of numerous mission-critical files
Read full post The new malware also can turn bots into DDoS attack machines, says Fortinet.
Read full post In order to get the maximum benefit from threat intel you need to be able to operationalize it. Here’s how.
Read full post Prosecutors charged Jon Montroll, chief of the belly-up BitFunder, of trying to cover up a hack that gutted it of 6,000 Bitcoins.
Read full post Just like that camera and the agents who stuck it in that tree, the federal lawsuit is treading on contentious territory
Read full post Researchers have discovered over 30,000 contracts are open to exploit.
Read full post Retina-X denies that the vigilante hacker got in
Read full post If you get sick of shopping sites sending you “I see you stared at this item, here’s some similar stuff” messages, you may be able to modify your subscriptions or notifications to make this stop. The post...
Read full post The Cyber News Rundown brings you the latest happenings in cybersecurity 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 Gender diversity can help fill the security talent gap, new Forrester Research report says.
Read full post The certificates are available on demand at prices ranging from $299 to $1,599, says Recorded Future.
Read full post Achieving the data visibility to ensure you can provide auditors with the information they need after a breach, and do so in just a few days, has never been more difficult.
Read full post New agency guidance statement also says company officials, execs can’t trade stocks if they have unannounced information on a security breach at the company.
Read full post E-passports contain a cryptographic hash of a passport holders’ details, designed to
Read full post Young people were singled out as increasingly likely victims of internet-borne fraud, including because of their penchant for liberal sharing of personal information. The post Survey shows sloppy password habits among young Brits appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Read full post The potential outcome of the Tinder security hole – complete account takeover, with a crook logged in as you
Read full post Ethical hackers are warning businesses who use Amazon S3 cloud storage if they have left data exposed for anyone to access… by leaving “friendly warnings” on the servers. The post Friendly warnings left in unsecured Amazon S3...
Read full post Code-signed apps are harder to detect by network security appliances, making it easier to sneak malware onto a vulnerable system. The downside? Certificates aren’t cheap — and hackers usually are.
Read full post Researchers say Mi-Cam is easy to hijack: turn it off to keep the kids from being eyeballed by prying eyes or chatted up by strangers.
Read full post The startup’s Series D round highlights investor interest in AI cybersecurity systems.
Read full post Company directors are being targeted en masse by identity fraudsters in the UK.
Read full post Budget cuts and other restraints are hampering the government from effectively protecting itself against cyberattacks.
Read full post A security researcher hijacked 700 domains and subdomains in less than a minute.
Read full post Organizations put efficiency and profit before security, leading to system downtime and data loss, according to inaugural research from Verizon.
Read full post American Trucking Associations developed new Fleet CyWatch threat reporting, information sharing service in conjunction with FBI.
Read full post Getting your online password situation right is easier than you think – so here’s how to do it!
Read full post The Zero Trust Security approach could empower organizations and protect their customers in ways that go far beyond typical security concerns.
Read full post Cryptominers have emerged as a major threat to organizations worldwide. Here are seven you cannot afford to ignore.
Read full post A number of text-based apps crashed, became unresponsive or entered an endless bootloop when attempting to show the otherwise little-used character from a language that is spoken by some 75 million people. The post Apple defuses ‘text...