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The flaw allowed attackers to spoof Yahoo addresses for use in phishing campaigns.
WhatsApp is said to be next to undergo scrutiny in the Justice Dept.'s ongoing war against use of encryption by tech industry.
As a result, a Singaporean firm decided to try and poach a few members.
A typo prevented an extra $20 million being stolen, but a malware infection allowed the funds to be taken in the first place.
Analysis: The latest "information leak" shows how little we actually know about the Islamic State -- but how some can still use war to earn a quick buck.
The bipartisan bill, set to be formally announced next week, will force tech firms to help law enforcement bypass encryption or face hefty fines.
The distinction between 'critical' and 'important' has become meaningless. It makes no sense to treat them differently. Patch Tuesday needs a patch.
Your own fingers may be betray you on the Tor network thanks to a new tracking technique.
The latest Mozilla Firefox round of patches is laden with fixes for a number of security problems.
The question is: Who is liable?
Google's latest Chrome update patches critical issues resulting in cash rewards for researchers.
Apple's internet and services chief warns that "security will end" if the FBI prevails in its legal action against the iPhone maker.
Researchers busted open Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Huawei's Honor 7 phones by printing out a high-resolution copy of a victim's fingerprint.
Analysis: The spy agency can't say it wants to protect security and privacy when it passes responsibility to a lawmaker who's trying to remove them.
21st Century Oncology Holdings has admitted to a cyberattack which may have compromised the data of patients and staff.
The software giant said the flaws could allow an attacker to remotely run malware if a user opens specially crafted media content that's hosted on a website.
Experts argue that while some tech firms could be driven overseas, smaller companies face weakening their own product's security to comply with "backdoor" demands for data.
One million free TLS certificates have now been issued, paving the way for better encryption and security on the Web.
The Russian cyberespionage group has added Turkish political targets to the list.
A researcher has earned himself a $15,000 cash reward after disclosing a bug which allowed attackers to break into anyone's Facebook account with ease.