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.
Sellers have been modifying lower end NVIDIA graphics cards and selling them more powerful cards online. In a recent version of the GPU-Z graphics card information utility, TechPowerUp has added the ability to now detect these fake NVIDIA cards.
An advertisement on a forum trading data breach information offers to sell personally identifiable details and voting history of millions of US residents. The estimated size of the cache is in excess of 35 million records.
It has been almost two weeks since Microsoft released updates for Windows 10 as part of their October 2018 Patch Tuesday and what a long two weeks it has been. In this article we will take a look at the known bugs and how to resolve them.
The travel records for up to 30,000 U.S. military and civilian workers have reportedly been leaked through a commercial vendor used by the Pentagon.
PlayStation 4 owners are at risk of having their console freeze on them in the middle of a game due to an issue with parsing symbols in messages received from fellow gamers.
A new pay what you want deal is available for 7 online courses and 5 eBooks that help you prepare for AWS certifications while teaching you how to manage, secure, and develop AWS and Azure cloud solutions. This deal has a combined value of $1,029, but with PWYW bundles, you are able to get everything by beating the average price.
Scammers are creating fake Android cryptocurrency mining apps and promoting them on the Google Store. The kicker is that these apps claim to mine cryptocurrency that can't be mined in the first place.
A malicious app called "Album by Google Photos" was found in the Microsoft Store today that pretends to be from Google. This app pretends to be part of Google Photos, but is actually an ad clicker that repeatedly opens hidden advertisements in Windows 10.