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.
A security researcher has discovered a new code injection technique that works on all recent Windows versions and allows miscreants to inject malicious code into other applications undetected.
Advances in artificial intelligence are coming fast and furious these days, and one of the most impressive is an AI bot created by Nvidia researchers that can generate images of random and extremely realistic human faces.
Rutgers engineers have created a new type of user authentication system that relies on transmitting vibrations through a surface and having the user touch the surface to generate a unique signature. This signature is then used to approve or deny a user access to an app, room, or building.
unCAPTCHA is the name of a new automated system designed by a team of four computer science experts from the University of Maryland (UM) that can break Google's reCAPTCHA challenges with an accuracy of 85%.
Scientists from Florida International University and Bloomberg have created a custom two-factor authentication (2FA) system that relies on users taking a photo of a personal object.
Computer scientists have created an AI algorithm that works on the same principles of the human eye, and that can break various CAPTCHA systems with accuracies of over 50%.
Security researchers have come up with a variation of the Rowhammer attack that bypasses all previously proposed countermeasures.
Scientists at MIT have developed a new tool called CodeCarbonCopy (CCC) that can automatically port code from one project to another, mapping differences and adapting the imported code to the new codebase.
Loopix is a new anonymity network developed by a group of researchers from University College London (UCL) that comes with all the good parts of previous systems and new additions to improve security.
A team of Oxford and Cambridge researchers is the latest to join a chorus of voices sounding the alarm on a new attack vector named Intra-Library Collusion (ILC) that could make identifying Android malware much harder in the upcoming future.
Research published last week reveals that cookies and other data collected by ad trackers on e-commerce sites can be used to de-anonymize Bitcoin transactions.
Four Google researchers have uncovered a vulnerability in the way stock photography websites apply watermarks on their image portfolios.
At a recently concluded security conference, experts from an Israeli university have presented new research that describes a possible attack scenario which leverages replacement parts to carry out attacks on smartphones and other smart devices.
Malware activity has ramped up in the second quarter of 2017, according to reports from cyber-security firms Cyren, Check Point, Kaspersky Lab, Proofpoint, and Symantec.
A flaw buried deep in the hearts of all modern cars allows an attacker with local or even remote access to a vehicle to shut down various components, including safety systems such as airbags, brakes, parking sensors, and others.
The team at Dashlane — a password manager app — has analyzed the password policies of 40 popular online services and has discovered that not all websites are alike when it comes to password security, but some are worse than others.
Research presented yesterday at the Black Hat USA 2017 security conference revealed that Bitcoin trading platform BTC-e is responsible for cashing out 95% of all ransomware payments made since the start of 2014.