Microsoft has halted the deployment of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update for computers using certain types of Intel and Toshiba solid state drives (SSDs).
Serbian police have arrested a 38-year-old man from Belgrade on suspicion of being part of the infamous The Dark Overlord (TDO) hacking crew.
Microsoft released today three additional Windows update packages —Microsoft Releases KB4100347, KB4134660, and KB4134661.
Google released yesterday a Chrome update that fixed a bug that broke millions of web-based games, some of which couldn't play audio at all, despite whatever tricks and configs users tried.
With the release of the April 2018 Update, the OpenSSH Client is now officially out of beta and is also installed by default in Windows 10. The OpenSSH Server for Windows is also out of beta, but still needs to be manually installed.
An unidentified hacker group appears to have accidentally exposed two fully-working zero-days when they've uploaded a weaponized PDF file to a public malware scanning engine.
A new variant of the Dharma Ransomware was discovered that appends the .bip extension to encrypted files. It is not known exactly how this variant is being distributed, but in the past Dharma is typically spread by hacking into Remote Desktop Services and manually installing the ransomware.
The Dutch government will be phasing out the use of Kaspersky software products on government networks, according to a letter to parliament by Justice Minister Ferdinand Grapperhaus.
Microsoft announced today the schedule for their worldwide Insider Dev Tour. With the tour stopping off at 41 locations throughout the world, Windows developers from all over the world will get the opportunity to learn how to applications for Office 365, Artificial Intelligence, Mixed Reality, and the Microsoft Graph.
Microsoft has given us a first glimpse of their upcoming office tablet called the Surface Hub 2. The Surface Hub 2 is a 50.5", 4K+ Windows 10 tablet that offers a wall or stand mounted design that facilitates teleconferencing, remote meetings, and digital whiteboarding without sacrificing aesthetics.
A study carried out at a college in the Philippines shows that students with better grades use bad passwords in the same proportion as students with bad ones.
Kaspersky announced earlier today plans to move the user data of most of its customers to a "Transparency Center" in Switzerland, along with its "software assembly line."
Attackers are experimenting with a new method of avoiding some DDoS mitigation solutions by employing the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) protocol to mask the source port of network packets sent during the DDoS flood.
A new wiper called StalinLocker, or StalinScreamer, was discovered by MalwareHunterTeam that gives you 10 minutes to enter a code or it will try to delete the contents of the drives on the computer. While running, it will display screen that shows Stalin while playing the USSR anthem & displaying a countdown until files are deleted.
A leaked image of what appears to be Microsoft's new Xbox accessibility controller was tweeted by Windows sleuth WalkingCat today. From his tweet, all we know is that it is part of something called "Z", contains oversized buttons, and what appears to be inputs on the back and side for a variety of devices.
Starting last week, on May 8, Google has opened the .app top-level domain (TLD) to the general public, allowing anyone to register their desired .app domain name. As its name implies, the domain is intended for app developers, but anyone can register a domain, may it be for an app or not.
Last week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released another National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin as an extension of the alert the agency issued in November, 2017. This latest alert expires on September 14, 2018.
Facebook announced today it suspended around 200 apps on suspicion of mishandling user data, as part of its post-Cambridge-Analytica investigations.
Browser makers are working on a new W3C API that will standardize Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode and allow websites to show a floating video popup outside the browser window itself.
A team of nine academics is warning the world about a critical vulnerability in the OpenPGP and S/MIME email encryption tools. The flaw, if exploited, allow an attacker to decrypt sent or received messages, according to the researcher team.