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The old Dyre crew appear to have contributed to a new Trojan with updated, more devastating features.
When a security researcher found a law firm leaking its own case files, he found himself asking if a police department could've prevented an inmate's death.
Sierra Wireless AirLink Gateways are vulnerable to the debilitating botnet, of which source code has been made public.
Big Blue says exploit code released with the reasonably-disclosed bug "puts all customers at risk."
The drones can only hold a small explosive device, however.
At least 130,000 DVRs and IP cameras appeared on Shodan.
Twitter has revoked the rights of Geofeedia after the firm discovered law enforcement was paying big bucks to track users.
The silver lining? There are no zero-day vulnerabilities in this batch.
Oracle's Cloud will be an option on Verizon's Secure Cloud Interconnect service. The aim is to cut latency in hybrid cloud deployments.
The organization wants help tackling the emerging problem of insecure, connected devices.
The successful hacking attempt was followed by an attempt to steal ingredients for dirty bombs.
The Freedom Act was passed last year in the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks.
A new app aims to prevent malware from recording video calls.
Three security flaws have been uncovered by researchers in a popular device used by diabetics.
The site encouraged users to "have a fling" but left their data online.
Keypoint is suspected of being the source of the leaked credentials, which allowed hackers to swipe millions of records from the OPM database.
Six vulnerabilities were found in the web-based tool that manages VMAX enterprise file storage systems.
The newly-discovered bug gives attackers the chance to execute code through the open-source JPEG 2000 codec.
Now anyone can use the IoT-based botnet for their own destructive purposes.
The company is the first to offer the service in South America; entire fleet will be equipped before the end of 2017.