More trouble in the Internet of Things - Bluetooth firmware code in many devices is found to have numerous bugs.
A popular GDPR compliance WordPress plugin vendor has patched a flaw that rendered both site visitors and admins vulnerable to XSS attacks.
The US Court of Appeals ruled that he couldn't continue to be held for refusing to give up his passcodes.
The app's rollout in the EU has been delayed until Facebook can show privacy regulators its data protection workings.
Udacity Dataset 2, used to train thousands of engineers, contained thousands of unlabeled vehicles and hundreds of unlabeled pedestrians.
An old, dormant domain is going on sale - and the results could be catastrophic for enterprises with common Active Directory misconfigurations.
No zero-day bugs, so by updating promptly you are keeping ahead of the crooks, not merely catching up!
Users of Dell SupportAssist should patch their software immediately to fix a software bug that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Microsoft has finally patched the Internet Explorer (IE) zero-day flaw the company said in January was being used in “limited targeted attacks”.
The FBI's Internet Crime Report shows that business email comprise is the biggest money-maker for cybercriminals.
Nest users who aren't using 2FA or a Google account will be required to take an extra step by verifying their identity via email.
From March, the Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge browsers will show warnings when users visit websites that only support TLS versions 1.0 or 1.1.
The indictment suggests the hack was part of a series of major data thefts organized by Chinese military and intelligence agencies.
A web-mapping project came across detainees' prescriptions and other PII that could be used by identity thieves to victimize prisoners.
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Eric Eoin Marques has pleaded guilty to running what was once believed to be the largest child abuse hosting provider on the dark web.
Officials pointed to ongoing threats against US institutions, painting a dire picture of hacking efforts to support Chinese economic goals.
In full glare of the world, Facebook admins have found themselves in an unseemly struggle to wrestle back control of the company’s Twitter accounts.