Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges on the Internet, said today that hackers and a well-executed phishing campaign are to blame for the Bitcoin sell-offs from yesterday's afternoon.
One of the most requested features that Windows 10 Insiders have been asking for is the addition of tabs to File Explorer. Well yesterday, for those 22 thousand+ insiders who voted for this feature, Microsoft released insider preview build 17618 that includes tabs in File Explorer as part of its Sets feature!
Malwarebytes has released a new version of their flagship product, Malwarebytes 3.4.4, that includes an enhanced detection and cleaning engines, an updated user interface, more useful notifications, and the fixing of the damn stacked notifications bug.
Websites associated with the US National Rifle Association (NRA) have often been the targets of Memcached-based DDoS attacks, according to Qihoo 360's Network Security Research Laboratory (Netlab).
Microsoft revealed today that Windows Defender stopped a massive malware distribution campaign that attempted to infect over 400,000 users with a cryptocurrency miner during a 12-hour period on March 6, 2018.
A mitigation mechanism is available for all victims who are under a DDoS attack carried out via Memcached servers.
Yesterday, the interactive malware analysis sandbox service called Any.Run announced that their free community version is open to the public. This allows anyone to register an account and to interactively analyze a particular file in real time.
Malware authors can exploit a flaw in the Windows Code Integrity Guard (CIG) security mechanism to inject malicious, unsigned code into CIG-protected applications, considered to be immune to such attacks.
Ukrainian authorities have sentenced two individuals —a man and a woman— to five years suspended sentences for launching DDoS attacks and running a DDoS extortion scheme.
Lately Microsoft has been pushing out new Linux distributions for the Windows Subsystem For Linux (WSL) lately. First, Kali Linux was released earlier this week and now Microsoft adds Debian GNU/Linux to the Windows Store.
Proof-of-concept code to run massive DDoS attacks using unsecured Memcached servers has been published online this week, along with a ready-made list of over 17,000 IP addresses belonging to vulnerable Memcached servers.
Today we mark the passing of a great information security site called Kernelmode.info. Created back in 2010 by a security developer named A_D_13, it quickly became a popular forum for the analysis of malware.
Google has released Chrome 65 earlier today, and this new browser version comes with new APIs, the blocking of tab-under redirects, and 45 security fixes.
GandCrab version 2 was released, which contains changes that supposedly make it more secure & allow us to differentiate it from the original version. In this article we will provide a quick overview as to what has changed & how you can identify that you are are infected with the new GandCrab version.
A critical vulnerability affects hundreds of thousands of email servers. A fix has been released but this flaw affects more than half of the Internet's email servers, and patching the issue will take weeks if not months.
Academics have designed a new facial recognition system that relies on the way light patterns reflect off the human face to distinguish between individuals, and on the speed with which the system reads the reflected light to detect forgery attempts.