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Security experts say they are skeptical that a group called Turkish Crime Family actually possess a cache of hundreds of millions of Apple iCloud account credentials.
Privacy activists say rolling-back ISP privacy rules means health, financial and browsing habits can be used, shared and sold to the highest bidder without consent.
Instagram became the latest in a long line of services over the years to offer users two-factor authentication.
The latest Wikileaks dump of Apple hacking tools, the LastPass vulnerabilities, and a new Android security report are discussed.
More than a dozen apps removed from Google Play store after it was determined they were overly aggressive adware.
Today's WikiLeaks Vault 7 Dark Matter release shows the CIA's capabilities to attack and persist on Apple iPhone and Mac firmware and an apparent interdiction of the iPhone supply chain.
Cisco Systems patched a critical vulnerability that could give an attacker root privileges to software running on two of its IoT router models.
A new strain of malware is designed to spread malware on either Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows, depending on where it’s opened.
Google said half of Android devices are unpatched and that percentage of potentially harmful apps on phones installed from all sources rose in 2016.
Bruce Schneier and Orin Kerr have written a paper that explains the technological and legal issues associated with six encryption workarounds available to law enforcement.
Jigsaw and Google said they would offer a free suite of security tools aimed at securing political elections.
A spam campaign called Blank Slate is spreading Cerber ransomware and abusing hosting providers to register new domains as soon as they're taken down.
Researchers at ERPScan today disclosed details and a proof-of-concept exploit for a SAP GUI remote code execution vulnerability patched last week.
LastPass has fixed three bugs in the password manager discovered by Google research Tavis Ormandy in the last 24 hours.
A critical vulnerability in Moodle, an open source system deployed across hundreds of thousands of universities, could expose the server to compromise.
A severe vulnerability has been disclosed in libpurple, the library used in the development of a number of popular instant messaging clients, including Adium for the macOS platform.
Since January, a number of ransomware families are sharing a common infrastructure with different techniques allowing the malware to hide from detection systems.
Microsoft warns this year’s crop of tax scams use social engineering attacks based on fear to spread banking Trojans and collect personal info.
A researcher has published a method by which a local admin can hijack any other Windows sessions without the need for credentials.
Mozilla patched a zero day uncovered at Pwn2Own in Firefox in 22 hours on Friday.