An unknown hacker has used a vulnerability in an Ethereum wallet client to steal over 153,000 Ether, worth over $30 million dollars.
Avast, today's largest vendor of security software, has acquired Piriform, a UK-based company that is behind many successful desktop and mobile apps, such as CCleaner, Recuva, Speccy, and Defraggler.
A month after it suffered a mysterious cyber attack, details emerged that San Francisco's public TV and radio station, KQED, was the victim of a ransomware incident from which it has yet to fully recover.
Because Windows executables haven't wreaked enough damage on Windows computers, now you can use malformed MSI files to run malicious code on Linux systems.
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The Mozilla Foundation, makers of the Firefox browser, have launched a new project called Common Voice, which the organization hopes to become the first open-source voice recognition engine on the market.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) unsealed an indictment on Monday against two Iranian nationals accused of hacking a US company and stealing software used in ammunition design.
wSomeone is using the SambaCry vulnerability to install a backdoor trojan on Linux devices running older versions of the Samba file-sharing server.
A vulnerability codenamed Devil's Ivy is putting thousands of Internet-connected devices at risk of hacking.
The maker of a smart home security system has failed to patch five security issues in the firmware of his product. These flaws allow an attacker to bypass authentication, take over devices, and disable alarm systems, leaving homes exposed to burglaries.
US-based and international courier delivery service FedEx admitted on Monday that some of its systems were significantly affected by the NotPetya ransomware, and some of the damage may be permanent.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has issued a public service announcement about the improper security and privacy protections provided by manufacturers of Internet-connected smart toys, also known as IoT toys.