A brazen phishing campaign took Iceland by surprise the last weekend, sending out malicious emails to thousands of individuals, in an attempt to fool them into installing a powerful remote access tool.
A new sextortion campaign is underway that is pretending to have access to the target's email account by spoofing the sender of the scam email to be the same email as the victim.
The flurry of security bugs Microsoft addressed with its latest rollout of updates includes a remote code execution vulnerability in Edge web browser. The glitch relies on abusing URI schemes and scripts in Windows that can run with user-defined parameters.
A newly discovered piece of malware for Android raises the bar in terms of sophistication and flexibility, offering its operator adaptability to various tasks.
Unchecked, the expanding proliferation of surveillance cameras, coupled with constant improvements in facial recognition technology, can create a surveillance infrastructure that the government and big companies can use to track everywhere we go in public places, including who we are with and what we are doing.
Windows updates have not been kind to Microsoft these past few weeks. First we had the file deletion bug in the October 2018 Update and now reports are coming in that HP workstations and laptops are receiving blue screen of death (BSOD) crashes that display a WDF_VIOLATION error after installing the latest Windows 10 updates.
Cryptocurrency miners are now being distributed by a new campaign pretending to be Adobe Flash Player installers. While this is not new, this particular campaign is going the extra mile to appear legitimate by not only installing a miner, but also updating Flash Player as well.
Security researchers found the missing link that helps them prove that the NotPetya disk-wiping malware and the Industroyer backdoor for electric power systems are the work of the TeleBots group.
Security researchers discovered that more than two dozen systems used by airlines to analyze data from airplane sensors were available online and could be used to pivot into datacenter systems and servers vulnerable to legacy security issues.
A critical vulnerability in the WhatsApp messaging app for Android and iOS was fixed today that could have been activated simply by a user answering a call.
Microsoft has added a new feature to the Feedback Hub that allows Windows Insiders to assign a severity level to a bug report so that severe problems are not missed by Microsoft.
Attorney Generals from 35 states have called on the FCC to put an end to the rising tide of the very annoying robocalls that people are receiving not only on their landlines, but also on their mobile numbers.
A peek into the cybercriminals underground of Russian and Chinese hackers reveals sharp differences between the two communities in terms of interests and the way they run their businesses, often shaped by state laws and unwritten norms.
A new phishing campaign spotted this September shows increased sophistication from the operators, who take over email accounts and insert a banking trojan in conversation threads.
Two new reports from eSentire and Proofpoint show that that as online threats remain an issue, user security leaves much to be desired. The mismatch between the danger of cyberthreats and lack of user readiness could leave individuals or businesses at risk of serious losses to data or property.
Major weapon systems developed by the US Department of Defense are riddled with vulnerabilities that make them an easy target for adversaries trying to control them or disrupt their functions.
Windows 10 October 2018 Update is once again available for Insiders for final testing and after analyzing the feedback and data from the Insider community, Windows 10 October 2018 Update will be re-released to the general public soon.
Microsoft today released new cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 including the October 2018 Update. Microsoft has also released a new patch for Windows 7 and 8.1 with general security fixes and improvements.
Today is the October 2018 Patch Tuesday, which means a boatload of security updates are out for Microsoft products including Windows, Office, and Exchange Server. These updates fix known bugs and security vulnerabilities found within Microsoft's products.
Microsoft has just released a new batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) and Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709).