Mozilla is rolling out a new feature to all U.S. Firefox users that adds Google and Amazon Search Shortcuts to the list of pinned Top Sites in the new tab page.
The latest October updates with minor improvements are rolling out to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Windows 10 November Update.
Apple has released a new data & privacy portal that can be used to download data that is linked to your Apple ID. This data can include transaction history, Apple app history, AppleCare history, marketing data, and more.
A bug in Tumblr's "Recommended Blogs" feature was fixed that disclosed private and personal information about the owner of the recommended blogs.
A little over a week ago, researcher promised to run a 51% attack on the blockchain of a small cryptocurrency called Einsteinium (EMC2), to show the world how easy the entire process was.
Several router models from D-Link are vulnerable to three security bugs that could help an attacker get full control over them.
A newly discovered first-stage implant targeting Korean-speaking victims borrows code from another reconnaissance tool linked to Comment Crew, a Chinese nation-state threat actor that was exposed in 2013 following cyber espionage campaigns against the United States.
In a post to an underground hacking and cybercrime forum, the GandCrab developers have released the decryption keys for Syrian victims. The release of these decryption keys was in response to a Tweet where a Syrian victim asked for help after images of his deceased children were encrypted.
Mozilla is adding a native Windows 10 Share experience to Firefox 64. This allows users to share web sites using a variety of applications that are installed in Windows 10.
Today, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Build 18262 to the Windows Insiders in the Fast and Skip Ahead rings. This build comes with improvements for Task Manager and Narrator.
A new SEO poisoning campaign has been discovered that is targeting keywords associated with the U.S. midterm elections. Users who are enticed to visit these pages will then be redirected to a variety of scam sites, adult sites, and sites pushing unwanted software.
Newly released versions of the libssh library fix an authentication bypass flaw that grants access to the server by just telling it that the procedure was a success.
A new advanced threat actor is now on the public map of adversaries that target systems in the critical infrastructure sector. The name is GreyEnergy and it shows similarities with the BlackEnergy group.
An abandoned Tweet counter that was still being loaded by 800+ sites was hijacked with a malicious script that caused visitors to be redirected to scam sites.
The update has finally a bug in Task Manager that causes incorrect reporting of CPU usage. It's one of the known issues that Insiders reported during the testing of October 2018 Update but for some reason, it wasn't fixed before the public launch.
In a coordinated announcement, Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Mozilla have stated that they will be retiring the TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 secure communication protocols beginning in 2020.
Google has announced changes in how European smartphone and tablet makers can use Google's Android apps in response to the EU's $5 billion fine. Going forward, EU manufacturers will now have to pay Google a license fee to bundle Google's suite of mobile apps.
Today's the last day for a third of US government's executive branch departments to comply to a directive that seeks the adoption and improvement of email validation policies that would lower the risk of spam and impersonation.
In a new malware campaign, cybercriminals modified a known exploit chain to push Agent Tesla info stealer without triggering detection from common antivirus products.