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If vendor data breach apathy has set in, we're all in trouble.
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But Homeland Security won't say why the number of searches has risen sharply, amid an ongoing effort by lawmakers to restrict warrantless searches at the US border.
If media outlets, individual reporters, or simple watchers take the volume of open web or deep web chatter after terror attacks as evidence, then they will fall victim to bots and trolls -- and ultimately mislead their networks.
Researchers believe that the several attackers obtained the exploit from the same, original source.
Researchers have seen the exploit being used in a large-scale email campaign to distribute the Dridex malware.
The bug affects all supported versions of Microsoft Word, including users of Windows 10.
The bipartisan bill would force US border officials to obtain a warrant before searching devices belonging to a US person.
More threat actors than ever are spending their time and effort on forcing businesses to pay up through encryption ransomware.
Katie Moussouris explains why a battle over wording could break the Internet's ability to defend itself.
Of the hundreds of security conferences, the vast majority are interchangeable in terms of content. Some up-and-coming events are reducing the noise, providing better opportunities for learners, and booking fresh faces on the main stage.
The ATMitch heist has shown attackers are now able to remotely create an ATM tunnel to financial reward with little effort.
Several users have complained about "fake Flash" ads which if triggered can lead to a ransomware attack.
The security vulnerability is publicly exploitable, but Microsoft only fixes "currently supported versions."
The rules, which were set to go into effect but were blocked by a Republican-controlled FCC chairman, were ruled on in Congress, nuking them from ever going into effect.
The US agencies say the release of CIA documents to the public should be considered "deeply troubling."
Two security firms have found multiple vulnerabilities, including one that allows the interception of secure messages — defeating the whole point of the encrypted messaging app.
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The new wiper malware is joining Shamoon in attacks against the Middle East and Europe.
The networking giant Cloudflare didn't underplay the severity of the bug, but did downplay the scope in which users' encrypted data may have been inadvertently exposed over the past six months.