Google has gone public with details of a second unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft products, this time in Edge and Internet Explorer, after last week they've published details about a bug in the Windows GDI (Graphics Device Interface) component.
Lots of small little ransomware infections released this week that will most likely never make it into major circulation. The stories of interest this week are the Avast decryptor for offline CryptoMix infections, Trump Locker, and a new macOS ransomware called Packer.
Just by preventing access to admin accounts, a system administrator could safeguard all the computers under his watch and prevent attackers from exploiting 94% of all the critical vulnerabilities Microsoft patched during the past year.
Today we have a deal for a training course that teaches you how to start developing apps for the Android Nougat OS. This bundle is normally priced at $415, but has been discounted 90% to $39 as part of this deal. Please note that a certification of completion will not be included with the bundle.
A typo in the source code of a Cloudflare component has exposed the personal information of users visiting sites protected by Cloudflare's service, along with potentially more sensitive details such as cookies, passwords, authentication tokens, API keys, and others.
Just as security experts have predicted, the source code of a potent Android banking trojan that was leaked online in mid-December 2016, is now being seen in live attacks on a regular basis.
EU's main privacy watchdog has expressed displeasure with Microsoft's new privacy controls that the company announced last month and plans to ship with Windows 10 Creators Update, scheduled for launch later in April.
German police announced today that fellow UK police officers have arrested a suspect behind a serious cyber-attack that crippled German ISP Deutsche Telekom at the end of November 2016.
Custom-made malware installed on an offline computer can use a hard drive's LED to send out sensitive data from infected computers to nearby cameras.
The Linux team has patched a security flaw in the Linux kernel that can be exploited to gain root-level code execution rights from a low-privileged process.