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A researcher claims the app locker not only doesn't encrypt user data -- but hides them where attackers can root them out.
A new layer of defence for protecting connected home devices against cyberattack has been created through Webroot's IoT tools.
The companies are working at the hardware level to protect mobile devices from malware and zero-day threats.
The bolt-on malware highlights the evolution of malicious software designed to infiltrate systems and steal sensitive data.
It is no longer only PCs and mobile devices which may harbor an attack designed to steal your data -- could your fridge be next?
Sanctions -- should they go ahead -- could land as early as mid-September.
Existing members of senior management will now run the remains of the company.
The NCA has arrested six young people for allegedly buying into the hacktivist groups' Lizard Stresser tool.
A vulnerability which could divert traffic to launch cyberattacks has been mitigated two weeks after public disclosure.
Notable security news items for the week ending August 28, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
The XXE security flaw could result in user information leaks and theft.
Security concerns have prompted one of the Dark Web's largest marketplaces to close its doors -- at least for now.
Ashley Madison has insisted the site's $19 paid delete feature removed all account information, but a new report suggests otherwise.
The security vulnerability allows malicious apps to run in the background with no timeout.
After cracking 4,000 passwords, one decrypted password floated to the top of the list. And it's not for the first time.
Breasts and dress aside, she has a point.
The code repository has mitigated a new DDoS attack following a crippling salvo experienced in March.
The firm's new critical system protection portfolio is specifically designed for Internet of Things devices.
If you have this app, you should uninstall it immediately.
Vulnerabilities exist in the Android mobile browsers which could allow for remote code execution or arbitrary read/write access.