As of December 1, 2016, US law enforcement has gained new hacking powers thanks to changes to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure that now simplify the process of getting warrants to hack into devices of US citizens and the citizens of other countries.
Microsoft researchers Itai Grady and Tal Be'ery released today a new tool designed to help system administrators protect enterprise networks from reconnaissance attacks.
Security researchers have discovered a new Android trojan that uses the DroidPlugin framework to split malicious behavior across multiple plugins, making detection much harder.
Reporters from a Dutch television station said today they've discovered files from Europol investigations into possible terrorist suspects on an unprotected hard drive connected to the Internet.
Android malware known as Gooligan has compromised and stolen login tokens from over one million Android devices, Check Point researchers announced today.
Mozilla engineers are working on a patch to fix a zero-day exploit that's currently being used to deanonymize Tor Browser users.
A new multi-functional malware family detected as Proteus can transform the computers of infected users in proxy servers, can mine for various types of crypto-currencies, can log keystrokes, and check the validity of stolen online accounts.
Multiple Windows computers at Carleton University have been infected with ransomware and caused downtime for many computer services. It is unknown what ransomware the computers are infected with, but a student has said that the ransomware devs demand 39 bitcoins to decrypt them all.
A report released today on the software products with the most security flaws in the past three months reveals that almost a quarter of all entries on the monthly Top 20 list were various types of security products.
Windows security expert and infrastructure trainer Sami Laiho has discovered a simple method of bypassing BitLocker during the Windows 10 update procedure.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA, also nicknamed Muni) has published a statement denying rumors that the hacker who infected their systems with ransomware might have stolen data from its servers.