Earlier today, several Google Home owners complained online about how their personal assistants started spewing ads out of the blue.
Users of new CPU architectures will not receive Windows 7 and 8.1 updates anymore, according to a Microsoft support topic published last week.
An application named Event Monitor is a tech support scam with a twist, working by monitoring the Windows event logs, and showing a popup with an alarming message every time it detects an app crash.
A new POS (Point Of Sale) malware family is targeting payment systems in the US and Canada. Called MajikPOS, this new strain features a modular design and support for many features often found in RAT (Remote Access Trojans), allowing crooks to scout and select which systems they want to infect.
The website of a company handling the shipment of Samsung products is currently leaking data about Samsung customers in an appalling manner.
A new User Access Control (UAC) bypass technique relies on altering Windows registry app paths and using the Backup and Restore utility to load malicious code without any security warning.
Ransomware operators have changed tactics again, making the job of security vendors harder once more, as they switched to a new method of packing their malware inside NSIS installers.
Yesterday, a Russian national accused of helping develop the Citadel banking trojan was arraigned in front of a US judge for the first time, after being extradited from Fredrikstad, Norway.
WhatsApp and Telegram have patched their respective web clients against a common security flaw discovered by researchers from Israeli firm Check Point, a security issue that would have allowed an attacker to take over user accounts and spy on conversations or steal user account data.
A new CryptoMix variant called Revenge has been discovered by Broad Analysis that is being distributed via the RIG exploit kit. This variant contains many similarities to its predecessor CryptoShield, which is another CryptoMix variant, but includes some minor changes that are described below.
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The US Department of Justice (DoJ) charged four suspects today for orchestrating the 2014 Yahoo data breach during which attackers stole details for over 500 million Yahoo users.
The Turkish-Dutch political conflict has spewed into cyberspace during the past few days as Turkish hackers have defaced hundreds of websites and Twitter accounts with political messages and pictures of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A woman traveling on a flight from Beijing, China to Melbourne, Australia suffered burns on her face and hands after her battery-powered headphones exploded.
Scientists from two US universities have found a way to attack accelerometers by using sound waves, a technique that has allowed them to spoof accelerometer signals and feed devices and applications with fake data.
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 15058 to PC insiders on the fast ring, Like the last few releases, this releases focuses on bug fixes and improvements. Unfortunately, no new features added to this release.
Today is the March 2017 Microsoft Patch Tuesday and we have 17 security updates being released by Microsoft. Of these seventeen updates, seven of them are rated as Critical as they allow remote code execution on the affected computer.
Starting with Chrome 57, released last week, Google has put a muzzle on the amount of resources background tabs can use.
Adobe has released updates for Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Shockwave Player that resolves a combined 8 security vulnerabilities. Of these 8 vulnerabilities, 7 of them are rated as Critical because they could lead to information disclosure or remote code execution.