Google Chrome engineers announced plans today to gradually remove trust in old Symantec SSL certificates and intent to reduce the accepted validity period of newly issued Symantec certificates, following repeated slip-ups on the part of Symantec.
WikiLeaks dumped 12 new documents today that provide a more in-depth look at the hacking techniques the CIA allegedly used to hack Apple devices, such as Macs and iPhones.
Willem de Groot, a Dutch security expert, is asking owners of defunct or soon-to-be-dead online stores to donate their domains so he can set up honeypots and track credit card stealing malware and other types of cyber-attacks on e-commerce targets.
Burglars can use a recently disclosed security flaw affecting several Google Nest cams to make vulnerable cameras go offline for approximately 60 to 90 seconds. The flaw can be exploited via the cameras' Bluetooth connection and can provide thieves with the time window they need to get close and break into a home unseen.
A remote code execution flaw in the SAP Windows client opens the door for ransomware attacks targeting enterprises that rely on various SAP products to manage and keep track of their business operations.
After last month security researchers discovered the first-ever Word document spreading macro malware on macOS, last week, researchers from Fortinet spotted a Word document that contained macro scripts that distributed both Windows and macOS malware at the same time, depending on the OS it managed to infect.
Android malware is evolving, and a clear trend has become visible in the past six months, with several malware strains implementing their malicious behavior via plugin frameworks.
The vast majority of malware incidents that take place at industrial facilities around the world are just accidental infections, albeit a very small number of targeted attacks have also been detected.
A Lithuanian man swindled two US tech companies out of over $100 million after he tricked employees into wiring money to his own company's bank accounts.
Security researchers from Malwarebytes have discovered a new malvertising campaign targeting visitors of several adult websites, spreading the Ramnit trojan and focusing on users from Canada and the UK.
Opera Software released today version 44 of the Opera web browser. This release's main feature is support for Apple's new Touch Bar display, which the company added for recent MacBook models.
LastPass says it patched one of two separate bugs that affected its Chrome and Firefox browser extensions, which if exploited, would have allowed a third-party to extract passwords from users visiting a malicious website.