iTerm2, a popular Mac application that comes as a replacement for Apple's official Terminal app, just received a security fix minutes ago for a severe security issue that leaked terminal content via DNS requests.
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 16291 for PC to insiders on the fast ring that includes the ability for Cortana to transfer the current spot you are on in news articles or news listings to your PC. This allows you to read an article when on your phone and then continue reading it on your computer.
Proof-of-concept malware created by a team of Israeli researchers uses the infrared capabilities of modern security cameras as a channel for data exfiltration, but also to receive new commands from its operators.
Russian police acknowledged today that they were responsible for taking down RAMP [Russian Anonymous Marketplace] — a Tor-based market that primarily sold drugs — a Russian Interior Ministry official told Russian news agency TASS today.
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Google removed — and then reinstated — one of the most popular mobile antivirus apps on the Play Store after security firm Check Point discovered that the app was secretly collecting device data from users' smartphones.
Avast published earlier today a post-mortem of the CCleaner malware incident, in the hopes to clarify some of the details surrounding the event that many of its users found troubling.
Today a new Locky Ransomware variant was discovered by Stormshield malware analyst coldshell that switches to the .ykcol extension for encrypted files. It is important to note that if you are infected with this ransomware, you are not infected with the Ykcol Ransomware, but rather Locky.
The FBI and Montana law enforcement is looking for a hacker who's been terrorizing local high schools for the past five days, threatening both students' families and teachers alike.
This article contains information and answers to frequently asked questions regarding the CCleaner malware incident and how to remove the malware-laced CCleaner version.