A simple question with a complex answer, according to HackerOne research.
Microsoft has decided that an Internet Explorer bug it knew of last year was in fact worth patching.
Ransomware might be lucrative for some cybercriminals, but there are those who condemn holding hospitals to ransom.
Healthcare and manufacturing companies are among the least prepared in preventing data loss, finds Intel's McAfee Labs Threat Report, which reveals US$100,000 worth of hospital-targeted ransomware payments.
Researchers interested in breaking Android security can earn themselves up to $200,000.
With solid cyber skills, strong links in the Asia-Pacific region, and being not America, Australia has the potential to profit big from the cyber boom.
Alastair MacGibbon believes there is no point in trying to create Silicon Valley in Australia when government and industry should instead focus on nurturing the limited pool of talent the country holds.
Government widens compliance net, will now more aggressively investigate breaches of less than 500 records
The new platform lets publishers "cater to a second, alternative web made up of ad-blocking users."
The files contain confidential data on Rio Olympic athletes.
Rapidly evolving ransomware is also able to infect machines even if there's no connection to the command and control server for encryption
The company says vulnerabilities in the firm's infrastructure are at fault.
The critical flaw affects all default versions of MySQL and has been disclosed after Oracle failed to patch the flaw promptly.
The story about ransomware in hospitals in our newly published McAfee Labs Threats Report: September 2016 will probably garner most of the media’s attention, but I think the most interesting story in the report is about machine learning. Show More Summary
Malicious third-party app stores ride on the notoriety of viral apps to trick people into downloading their phony software. The post Hack Brief: Beware the Spammy Pokemon Go Apps Being Pushed to Millions of iPhones appeared first on WIRED.
I just returned from a trip to Germany with my wife to pick up our new car. If you read the current article on this trip from a Mercedes-Benz sales person it sounds like a drive from heaven but, at least from my experience, it is the drive from hell. Show More Summary
Social sharing buttons were busted for hours, preventing sharing, because of an errant spam filter, the company confirmed.
The deal will enable HP to further strengthen its position in the printer market.
The next year’s iPhone could truly be the version we have been waiting for.
Although it looks like there are 12 dots in the image, your brain can never view more than 3 or 4 at a time.