Microsoft has recently published an interesting open source project called "PQCrypto-VPN" that implements post-quantum cryptography (PQC) with OpenVPN. This project is being developed by the Microsoft Research Security and Cryptography group as part of their research into post-quantum cryptography.
Botnet operators can be as clueless about security as their victims, according to Ankit Anubhav Principal Researcher at NewSky Security, a cyber-security company specialized in IoT security.
On Friday, a New York man was arrested and charged in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York with conducting an extensive cyberstalking and threats campaign. He was charged with one count of cyberstalking and two counts of sending interstate threats.
Mobile app developers are going through the same growing pains that the webdev scene has gone through in the 90s and 2000s when improper input validation led to many security incidents.
Microsoft announced this morning that they are purchasing the source-code repository site GitHub for $7.5 billion USD in Microsoft stock. While rumors have been circulating since Friday, today is the first official confirmation that the acquisition is taking place.
Code hosting service GitLab has seen a massive traffic spike after news broke over the weekend that Microsoft has agreed to acquire GitHub, the world's largest code repository.
Windows 10 v1803 —also known as the April 2018 Update— is the fastest spreading Windows 10 update of all time, according to third-party telemetry data released last week.
In Windows Insider Preview build 17682, Microsoft has made the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) an on-demand software feature. What this means is that once you install RSAT in Windows 10, it will be automatically reinstalled when you install a future operating system update.
Apple has released security updates this week for seven products —macOS, iOS, watchOS, iTunes for Windows, tvOS, iCloud for Windows, and Safari.
A recent government-wide cybersecurity risk assessment, carried out by the OMB, in coordination with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), highlights several serious issues that continue to imperil federal cybersecurity and ultimately put the nation at risk.
This was a busy week with lot's of new variants of active ransomware being released. We also have Sigrun offering free decryption to Russian victims and a awesome facepalm waiting for you at the end of the article.
For the past week, Android users have been having fun with one of the weirdest bugs ever seen on an Android device, one that exposes their personal SMS text messages when searching for various terms.
An Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability that came to light last month has now been incorporated in the RIG exploit kit, a web-based toolkit that malware authors use to infect a site's visitors with malware.
The vast majority of Redis servers left open on the Internet without any authentication system in place are most likely harboring malware, an Imperva spokesperson said.
The author of the Sigrun Ransomware is providing decryption for Russian victims for free, while asking for a ransom payment of $2,500 in Bitcoin or Dash for everyone else.
Google has announced today a new security mechanism for Pixel 2 smartphones, for which, in the near future, it would be impossible to update or replace the phone's firmware without entering the user's password.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17682 (Redstone 5) to insiders in the fast and skip ahead rings. This build introduces improvements to Sets, updates to the wireless projection experience, Microsoft Edge improvements, adds RSAT to the optional features, and displays a new post-upgrade screen.
Eventbrite-owned Ticket distribution service Ticketfly has taken its website offline today after a hacker defaced its frontpage and stole a part of its customer database.