Despite saying "EMET has serious limits," Microsoft announced yesterday plans to extend EMET support past the original EOL (End Of Life) date on January 27, 2017 to July 31, 2018.
Researchers have come across a new malware variant, currently in development, that likes to bombard victims with countless of popup ads, and kill their CPU by opening countless processes.
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A series of benchmark tests performed by NSS Labs, a US-based independent network, and security testing organization, reveals that Microsoft Edge detects malware and phishing attacks much better than both Google Chrome and Firefox, despite losing over 40 million of users in the last month.
Canonical announced yesterday the availability of Ubuntu Core 16, a slimmed down version of the Ubuntu operating system that wants to be the de-facto OS for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, which currently have a bad reputation when it comes to delivering security updates, something at which Ubuntu is a lot better.
Security researchers have come across a series of Minecraft money adders that promise to give users free in-game coins, but end up stealing their credentials.
US authorities have arrested Jonathan Powell, 29, of Phoenix, Arizona, for hacking over 1,000 email accounts for at least two US universities and attempting to hack email accounts for 75 other universities across the country.
Today Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14959 for PC and Mobile to Insiders on the fast ring. This release adds the Mobile build to the Unified Update Platform and adds display scaling to virtual machines. Other than that, though, this release is mostly bug fixes and improvements.
Researchers from Vanderbilt University have discovered that they can use a combination of common metals found in scrapyards and every household to create fully-working batteries that provide decent voltage and last through thousands of recharging cycles.
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Google has banned WoSign, a Chinese company that provides SSL/TLS certificates to support HTTPS traffic, after both Apple and Mozilla took similar steps in the past month.