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Usually, ignorance is bliss. But not when you're the leader of the free world.
The software giant said Russian hackers were behind a low-volume spearphishing campaign, which exploits a previously undisclosed security flaw in the operating system.
The company's free password manager is no longer locked to only one device you own.
It only takes 10 lines of law to kill the controversial rule change. But after six months of Congressional inaction, time is running out.
No-one interested in buying the full NSA exploit dump? Anyone?
The company's new endpoint security system uses machine learning for multi-layered defense.
It's taken years, but finally, cybersecurity professionals have been given license to reverse engineer technology.
The massive theft of secret NSA data, thought to be the largest breach of classified data in US history, happened over two decades.
Google removed ProtonMail from search results and as a consequence, the company almost went under.
The "Celebgate" hacker conducted phishing campaigns to steal account credentials belonging to celebrities.
The security researcher was swiftly attacked by Trump supporters who couldn't understand that the information was publicly accessible.
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.