A new ransomware program called Bart is making the rounds and locks user files in password-protected zip archives.
After repeated attacks, the Internal Revenue Service has decided to retire a Web-based tool for obtaining PINs that taxpayers could use to file tax returns electronically.
Lenovo has fixed two high severity vulnerabilities in its Lenovo Solution Center support tool that is preinstalled on many laptop and desktop PCs.
A hybrid Trojan program created for financial fraud has started redirecting users of four large U.S. banks to rogue websites in order to hijack their accounts.
The prevalence of ransomware programs, both those that encrypt data and those that don't, has exploded over the past two years, with companies being increasingly targeted.
Researchers from Cisco Systems' Talos group found three severe flaws in libarchive that could impact a large number of software products and their users.
The market for hacked servers might be much larger than previously thought, with new evidence suggesting that hackers sold access to over 170,000 compromised servers since 2014, a third of them located in the U.S.
Apple has released firmware updates for its AirPort wireless base stations in order to fix a vulnerability that could put the devices at risk of hacking.
New data breaches are coming to light almost weekly and they reveal a simple fact: many people still choose weak passwords and reuse them across multiple sites. Password managers offer a solution.
Three models of Cisco wireless VPN firewalls and routers from the small business RV series contain a critical unpatched vulnerability that attackers can exploit remotely to take control of devices.
Microsoft has fixed over 40 vulnerabilities in its products Tuesday, including critical ones in Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Office.
Adobe Systems is working on a patch for a Flash Player vulnerability that's currently being exploited in targeted attacks.
Behavior analytics vendor Exabeam applies machine learning to detect ransomware infections and help companies quickly isolate affected computers before the malware spreads.
Many companies protect their brands by registering domain names that are very similar to their own, but manufacturers of industrial control systems don't seem to follow suit, potentially leaving customers open to malicious attacks.