Don't-Miss Security Stories
These ten threats, bugs, and vulnerabilities serve as reminders that computer security goes well beyond the PC.
Fight For the Future's message is simple: if a company supports CISA, it should be avoided.
A new malware program called GreenDispenser infects automated teller machines (ATMs) and allows attackers to extract cash on command.
Citing security issues, Microsoft disables Safedisc DRM. But users can make old games work again at their own risk.
File encrypting ransomware creators are increasingly focusing their attention on small and medium-sized businesses because they're more likely to pay up the ransom fees.
Apple has identified 25 iOS apps on its stores that used a rogue version of its Xcode development tool.
The fingerprints of 5.6 million people have been stolen as a result of hackers penetrating the computer systems of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management earlier this year.
Security researchers have identified over 4,000 iOS apps that have malicious code added by a rogue version of the Xcode development tool.
Cisco is tying with a Chinese partner for joint development and better access to the local market, according to a newspaper report.
Hewlett-Packard has started building defenses against hackers directly into its printers' firmware.
Zerodium, an exploit acquisition company, promises to pay $1 million to researchers who provide it with an exclusive, browser-based and untethered jailbreak for the latest Apple iOS 9 operating system.
China and the U.S. appear close to a ground-breaking agreement on cyber espionage that could be signed later this week when President Xi and President Obama meet in Washington.
Congress members and staff are being urged by a civil rights group to use encrypted smartphone apps such as WhatsApp and Signal rather than traditional cellular networks.
Adobe Systems released new updates for Flash Player to patch critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to install malware on computers.
Sectra is working with Samsung to integrate its end-to-end hardware encryption system with the phone maker's Knox mobile security platform to create devices secure enough to carry government secrets.