HackerOne, a platform that is offering hosting for bug bounty programs, announced today that open-source projects can now sign up for a free bug bounty program if they meet a few simple conditions.
Security researchers have discovered a hidden backdoor in the firmware of DblTek GoIP GSM gateways that allows Telnet access to affected devices.
Today we have a deal for 97% off a course bundle that offers 5 courses with 60 hours of training for the Certified Ethical Hacker, Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and Certified Information Systems Security Pro (CISSP) certifications.
Ransom notes from Cerber ransomware infections have been found inside the source code of two Android applications available on the official Google Play Store.
Kaspersky has tested a set of Dharma master decryption keys posted to BleepingComputer and has confirmed they are legitimate. These keys have been included in their RakhniDecryptor, which I have tested against a Dharma infection. The decryptor worked flawlessly!
A year ago, several Google engineers got together and lay the foundation of Operation Rosehub, a project during which Google employees used some of their official work time to patch thousands of open source projects against a severe and widespread Java vulnerability.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced she'll forgo her annual bonus ($2 million) and equity grant ($14 million), which she'll be redistributing to Yahoo employees instead.
Security researchers have found traces of Windows malware inside 132 Android apps hosted on the official Google Play Store. According to security experts, all 132 apps contained a tiny iframe inside the source code of HTML pages showed at some point or another to their users.
Out of the blue, someone posted in the BleepingComputer.com forums the supposed master decryption keys for the Dharma Ransomware. This post was created at 1:42 PM EST by a member named gektar in the Dharma Ransomware Support Topic and contained a Pastebin link to a C header file that supposedly contains these master decryption keys.
Today we have a deal for a course bundle that offers 6 courses and 33 hours of training on how to administrator and develop on Linux computers. This bundle is normally priced at $1,770, but has been discounted 97% to $39 as part of this deal. Please note that certificates of completion are included with the courses.
Crypt0L0cker, otherwise known as TorrentLocker, has started to make resurgence as it performs targeted campaigns at European countries. These attacks are also now using Italy's PEC system to digitaly sign SPAM emails in order to make them look more official.
Google said today that starting March 31, 2017, Safe Browsing will show a special message if the user is attempting to download software known to modify Google Chrome settings, or attempting to inject ads in the user's browsing experience.
A researcher has discovered what he calls a "logic vulnerability" that allowed him to create a Python script that is fully capable of bypassing Google's reCAPTCHA fields using another Google service, the Speech Recognition API.
Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 15046 for PC to insiders in the fast ring, For the most part, this release is a bug fix with cosmetic changes. The most notable new feature, though, is the introduction of Application Installation Control, which allows admins to control what types of applications can be installed in Windows.
Michael Thomas, a systems administrators who was convicted in 2016 for destroying his employer's network before resigning his job, has filed an appeal in which his lawyers are arguing that in reality he actually was authorized to trash the company's IT network, in a criminal case that might change the way judges look at the CFAA.
Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, new FCC chairman Ajit Pai has expressed his views on net neutrality once again, calling the 2015 legislation a "mistake."
President Trump's heightened security protocols at US borders are at the center of another controversy after border agents have resorted to giving a Nigerian man a quiz on computer science to evaluate if he was a software engineer as he proclaimed.
Bad news from malware-land after security researchers from IBM reported today they'd discovered the first samples of version 4.0 of the infamous and highly-active Dridex banking trojan.
Millions of small websites, app backends, and various high-profile services are offline or experiencing severe issues because of a mysterious problem that hit Amazon's S3 (Simple Storage Service) a few hours ago.