40 models of the Asus RT line of home routers are affected by five vulnerabilities that allow an attacker to get ahold of the router password, change router settings without authentication, and exfiltrate router data.
An unnamed UK-based regional water supply company lost over £500,000 ($645,000) in a sophisticated scam that involved social engineering, an inside man, and international bank transfers.
Opera Software released today Opera v45, nicknamed "Reborn," a brand new version of the Opera browser that comes not only with a new graphical user interface, but also adds a new feature not seen in any other browser.
Starting yesterday, via updates delivered in the May 2017 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft browsers such as Edge and Internet Explorer, have begun flagging websites as insecure if they use SSL/TLS certificates signed with the SHA-1 algorithm.
A one-liner in the Windows Store policy is the reason why we'll never have the "original" Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or other browsers available through the official Windows Store.
Today's deal is for a course bundle that contains 8 courses and over 39 hours of training on how to manage, manipulate, and analyze data in Apache Storm, Scala, Python, and more. This bundle is normally priced at $516, but has been discounted 91% to $46.
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is preparing to issue a new Digital Identity Guideline, which unlike its previous editions, will take a softer stance on the complexity of online passwords.
In an article published yesterday, ABC News cited congressional sources who claimed the Senate Intelligence Committee had started an investigation into Kaspersky Lab's relationship with the Russian government.
Microsoft's May 2017 Patch Tuesday, released yesterday, included fixes for three zero-days, which according to ESET and FireEye, were used by cyber-espionage groups operating out of Russia.
Today we are going to take a quick look at a new ransomware called RSAUtil that was discovered by Emsisoft malware researcher xXToffeeXx. RSAUtil is distributed by the developer hacking into remote desktop services and uploading a package of files.
Earlier today, Microsoft officially released its monthly updates, something that sysadmins all over the world call Patch Tuesday.
After exploring plans of ditching the Thunderbird project in the lap of another organization, the Mozilla Foundation has decided to keep its infamous email client under its wing for a little longer, albeit in a new role, and not as a core project.
Today, Adobe has released two security advisories affecting two of its products, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Experience Manager Forms, the latter being an application part of the Adobe Marketing Cloud service for, a collection of integrated online marketing and Web analytics products.
In a statement released last night, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wanted to make sure everyone understood that it was a DDoS attack that prevented users from commenting on the proposal to knock down Net Neutrality, and not because of angry users flooding the site to complain about the FCC's decision.
A portal hidden on the Dark Web is responsible for the small deluge of PadCrypt ransomware versions that have been spotted almost on a monthly basis in the past year.
In an emergency out-of-band update released late last night, Microsoft fixed a vulnerability in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine discovered by two Google security experts over the weekend, and which the two described as "crazy bad" and "the worst Windows remote code exec in recent memory."
The author of the Rakos malware has built himself a nicely-sized botnet, according to a post today by Renato Marinho of Morphus Labs.
Despite being a highly decentralized peer-to-peer network, the Bitcoin ecosystem is vulnerable to one of the most basic and widespread Internet attacks today — BGP hijacks, which is the act of falsely advertising to nearby ISPs/routers that an IP is found on your network, or it can be reached faster through your servers.
In our first ransomware in brief article, we are taking a look at a new in-development ransomware called BitKangoroo that I discovered today. Yes, I know, skidz can't spell. This particular ransomware is developed by a real scumbag who intends to delete a victim's files if they do not pay fast enough.
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