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Kaspersky Lab says the professional criminal group behind the operation is very active
Chromebooks are evolving to interplay with your Android phone, and the close ties have killed the need for passwords.
An API and mobile app loophole allowed access to 2FA-enabled accounts with only a user name and password, researchers from Duo Security said
This is what hack attacks look like: A real-time map of worldwide activity drives home the scope of security threats far more vividly than mere words ever could.
Despite visible progress 2,000 servers with large amplification factors remain, a security vendor reports
The U.S. has the most command-and-control servers for a product made by Italy's Hacking Team
Rootkits are again on the rise with the number of new samples reaching levels not seen since 2011, a McAfee report said
The exposed data included health assessments, prescriptions and diagnoses for some residents
A trade group's recommendations for best privacy practices run counter to US values, an ACLU lawyer says
Attackers compromised ICS/SCADA vendor sites and altered software downloads to distribute the malware, researchers from F-Secure said
Merely knowing what pages a person views on a website can hint at their personal life
High-traffic websites can potentially expose thousands of visitors to automated attacks
A large number of sites are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, but it's unlikely we'll see them get patched anytime soon.