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Google wants to foil unwanted downloads from the Web. Its latest security tool throws up a big, red warning when you're about to visit such scheming sites.
Users should install the Samba updates available for their systems as soon as possible
Gaining access credentials is a way to keep access without installing malware, Mandiant said
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Zimperium says Telegram doesn't protect content in memory, but Telegram says it's hard to defend against
The U.S. should be able to craft a legal framework to let government agencies read encrypted data, NSA director Michael Rogers says.
The tool replaces SSL certificates without validating them first, opening the door to man-in-the-middle attacks
Judge dismisses Android apps antitrust case ... Other apps use the same vulnerable technique as Superfish adware ... and more tech news
Edward Snowden shook up the US security establishment with revelations of NSA surveillance
Superfish. Untrustworthy hardware. Easily hacked cars. FreeBSD's random number generator. This week was an utter disaster for security.
The update to Windows Defender that eliminates the Superfish adware AND its rogue certificate came down in almost record time. And now McAfee's antivirus has been added to the list.
Superfish's CEO is splitting hairs while Lenovo PC users remain vulnerable.
With just a little soldering and assembly, a 14-year-old built a device to wirelessly communicate with a vehicle's controller area network (CAN) and remotely start and unlock the vehicle.