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The Slovak National Security Office (NBU) has identified ten malicious Python libraries uploaded on PyPI — Python Package Index — the official third-party software repository for the Python programming language.
Google engineers have announced changes in the way Chrome will handle websites with auto-playing audio.
A judge sentenced a Texas man to 27 months in prison for hacking his former employer so he could use company resources to buy at least 11 iPad Air tablets for himself.
Malware authors hid malicious code inside a software development kit (SDK) that developers embedded in their Android apps, unwittingly exposing their users to a mobile malware strain that Check Point identifies as ExpensiveWall.
A new security feature added in macOS High Sierra (10.13) named "Secure Kernel Extension Loading" (SKEL) can be bypassed to allow the loading of malicious kernel extensions.
In an update posted to its security breach website, Equifax said hackers used an Apache Struts security bug to breach its servers and later steal data on over 143 million customers, from both the US and the UK.
Two days ago, Bleeping Computer came across a new Dark Web portal that allows users to search Tor Onion sites in the same way users utilize Shodan to discover Internet-exposed services.
The next major update of the Windows 10 operating system — codenamed the Fall Creators Update (FCU) — will receive new privacy controls, including popup dialogs that warn users about features an app is about to use.
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 16362 for PC to only insiders on the fast ring who have opted to skip ahead. This build brings improvements to the boot experience, narrator, Edge, gaming, input, and the Windows Shell.
In a Binding Operational Directive published today by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the US government has banned the use of Kaspersky Lab security software on government computers.