All major Canadian internet service providers (ISPs) have patched a vulnerability this week in their telecommunications relay services (TRSs).
The number of tracking cookies on EU news sites has gone down by 22% according to a report by the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, who looked at cookie usage across EU news sites in two phases, in April 2018 and July 2018, pre and post the introduction of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Chinese government may use a collection of 300 so-called "national cybersecurity standards" to deter or sabotage the efforts of foreign tech firms trying to enter the Chinese market.
Smart water irrigation systems deployed across a city, region, or even a country, can be hijacked by nefarious threat actors who could cause a mass water crisis by forcing these systems to consume more water than usual.
SuperProf, a website that provides tutoring services on various topics, has acquired a fellow service, The Tutor Pages, and migrated its userbase to its own service.
WordPress CMS installations are vulnerable to a PHP bug related to data unserialization (also known as deserialization), a security researcher has revealed at the start of the month.
Security researchers from Proofpoint have discovered a new malware strain that they named Marap and which is currently distributed via massive waves of spam emails carrying malicious attachments (malspam).
Mozilla removed today 23 Firefox add-ons that snooped on users and sent data to remote servers, a Mozilla engineer has told Bleeping Computer today.
A research paper published at the start of the month estimates that Coinhive, a service for in-browser cryptocurrency mining, often abused by cyber-criminals, is making around a quarter of a million US dollars per month in mined Monero.
A trio of academics from the University of Florida has developed a device that can detect different types of payment card skimmers âdevices developed by cyber-criminals to collect data from credit and debit cards inserted inside ATMs or gas pump card readers.
Maintainers behind the Linux kernel have rolled out patches in the past weeks for two bugs that are just ideal for causing havoc via DDoS attacks.
Security and user privacy protections included in browsers, ad blockers, and anti-tracking extensions are not as secure as everyone believes, a team of three academics from the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium (KU Leuven) have revealed yesterday.
Representatives of Cosmos Bank, India's second-largest cooperative bank, revealed this week that hackers breached the bank's servers over the weekend and stole over 940 million rupees ($13.5 million) across three days.
Google has patched a vulnerability in the Chrome browser that allows an attacker to retrieve sensitive information from other sites via audio or video HTML tags.
A popular Firefox add-on is secretly logging users' browsing history, according to reports from the author of the uBlock Origin ad blocker and Mike Kuketz, a German privacy and security blogger.