Several antivirus products are affected by a design flaw that allows malware or a local attacker to abuse the "restore from quarantine" feature to send previously detected malware to sensitive areas of the user's operating system, helping the malware gain boot persistence with elevated privileges.
A new variant of the Crysis ransomware has been discovered that appends the cobra extension to encrypted files. While this ransomware cannot be decrypted for free, this article will take a look at the infection and provide possible methods to try to restore files.
Court documents obtained by Bleeping Computer reveal that the FBI has charged a Minnesota man for launching hundreds of DDoS attacks on companies all over the world, including his former employers and business partners.
A theoretical attack described by security researchers at the start of September has been integrated into a live malware distribution campaign for the first time.
Today's deal is for a bundle with 9 courses that help you get ready for the Cisco Router and Networking certification courses. This bundle is normally priced at $3,285, but has been discounted 98% to $59 as part of this deal. This bundle comes with a 15 day satisfaction guarantee.
Since June this year, a group of cyber-criminals has been breaking into unsecured enterprise servers via RDP brute-force attacks and manually installing a new type of ransomware called LockCrypt.
Avira has announced a new security solution called SmartThings that aims to protect consumers from the lack of security found in most Internet of Things devices.
Research carried out by Google engineers and academics from the University of California, Berkeley and the International Computer Science Institute has revealed that phishing attacks pose a more significant threat to users losing access to their Google accounts when compared to keyloggers or password reuse.
WikiLeaks published the first-ever batch of source code for CIA cyber-weapons. The source code released today is for a toolkit named Hive, a so-called implant framework, a system that allows CIA operatives to control the malware it deploys on infected computers.
Security researchers have discovered that tens of developers have left API credentials in hundreds of applications built around the Twilio service.
A new ransomware strain called Ordinypt is currently active in Germany, but instead of encrypting users' documents, the ransomware rewrites files with random data.
The Department of Justice has filed an indictment against Joseph Willner, 42, of Ambler, Pennsylvania, accusing the day trader of hacking into brokerage accounts at various financial companies and placing unauthorized trades.
Google announced plans today for three new Chrome security features that will block websites from sneakily redirecting users to new URLs without the user or website owner's consent. One of these features has the potential to stop malvertising attacks.
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 17035 for PC to insiders on the fast ring and to those who opted to Skip Ahead. This build will not be made available to computers that have an AMD processor due to a known bug that causes these computers to bugcheck during an upgrade.
The in-browser cryptojacking craze that has taken over the Internet is getting worse by the day and more and more sites are implementing such systems, intentionally or after getting hacked.
Logitech will intentionally brick all Harmony Link universal hubs next year, on March 16, 2018. The company has emailed all Harmony Link customers with the bad news.
Today's deal is for a bundle with 4 courses that teach you how to make VR games using AppGameKit. This bundle is normally priced at $174.96, but has been discounted 82% to $29.99 as part of this deal. This bundle comes with a 15 day satisfaction guarantee.
In less than a week, Mozilla will flip the switch on a completely new browser with the release of Firefox 57, a version that's been rebuilt with a new browser engine core, a new user interface, revamped settings panel, and with a new add-ons API.
One of the world's lesser-known operating systems may actually be the most used OS in the world, according to new revelations made by Google's Linux experts.