Read full post The canary in the coalmine died 12 years ago, the law went into effect 19 months ago, but many organizations still won’t be ready for the new privacy regulations when enforcement begins in May.
Read full post The flaw was reported in August 2017 and mistaken for a “convenience enhancement”
Read full post It does all the things you’d expect a password manager to do – without the cloud.
Read full post Opinion: The researcher has discarded $30,000 to ensure there is full public disclosure of the drone maker’s poor security and revealing how not every bug bounty hunt ends well.
Read full post Simple DoS attacks, which are a one-on-one affair, have been all but supplanted by DDoS attacks. The latter involve concerted campaigns from armies of devices conscripted into botnets which, as if lined up and marching in lockstep,...
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 more questions?...
Read full post We analyse the latest security goings on in the world of Mr. Robot…
Read full post Terdot Banking Trojan, inspired by Zeus, can eavesdrop and modify traffic on social media and email in addition to snatching data.
Read full post Kaspersky Lab’s internal investigation found a backdoor Trojan and other malware on the personal computer of the NSA employee who took home agency hacking tools.
Read full post Deal enhances Optiv’s big data, automation, and orchestration efforts.
Read full post Understanding how bad guys reuse infrastructure will show you the areas of your network to target when investigating new threats and reiteration of old malware.
Read full post Two of the vulnerabilities have achieved a rating of 10 and 9.9 in severity.
Read full post Is it malicious? So far it’s hard to tell. For now it’s a giant blinking red light in security researchers faces warning us that we’d better figure out how to secure the Internet of Things.
Read full post If there’s one thing we should all have learnt from our years on the internet it should be this: once you say something somewhere, it’s very hard to take it back and pretend it never happened. The...
Read full post In a world where money is often represented as numbers moving from one place to another, the difference between types of payment cards may seem a bit nebulous. The post Tips for buying and sending gift cards...
Read full post The first 100 characters are in the registry, and you don’t even have to bother with that if you have a backup app. How very Snapchat!
Read full post After a user accidentally stole and froze funds in over 500 wallets, a solution is yet to be found.
Read full post The retailer doesn’t know much yet, beyond the fact that encryption wasn’t working in some devices, in some stores, for some amount of time.
Read full post A Vietnamese security company called Bkav claims it successfully bypassed Face ID authentication on Apple’s flagship iPhone X using – wait for it – a mask.
Read full post Updated Vulnerability Equities Process provides transparency into how government will handle new vulnerabilities that it discovers in vendor products and services.
Read full post Security Pro File: Fred Kwong learned people skills in the classroom and technical skills on the job. The former psychology major, now CISO at Delta Dental, shares his path to cybersecurity and how he applies his liberal...
Read full post The purportedly safe link pointed users to a malicious Word document, laden with Emotet banking malware.
Read full post Commentary on government struggles to protect internet security while stockpiling cyber vulnerabilities in order to launch attacks and gain intelligence. The post US Vulnerability Equities Policy: transparency welcome, but serious questions remain appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Read full post By their very nature, antiquated, static identifiers like Social Security numbers and dates of birth are worse than passwords.
Read full post ReFirm Labs’ launches Centrifuge Platform, which aims to automatically detect security vulnerabilities in IoT firmware.
Read full post Misuse of the technology is going to rise right along with the popularity of voice apps, says a recent study.
Read full post The White House’s cybersecurity coordinator said the rules are “vital” to ensuring a balance between public disclosure and retaining flaws for intelligence operations.
Read full post “We got the airplane on Sept. 19, 2016. Two days later, I was successful in accomplishing a remote, non-cooperative penetration.”
Read full post By 2018, they are expected to account for 35 percent of all cyberattacks.
Read full post In all the cases we investigated, the final payload was a mobile banking trojan. Once installed, it behaves like a typical malicious app of this kind: it may present the user with fake login forms to steal...