Looks as though at least one of these patches was supposed to come out a week ago but ended up delayed until now...
US states are being flooded by fraudulent unemployment applications in a scam run by a sophisticated cybergang.
This week sees the early arrival of Chrome 83 with a longer list of new security features than originally planned.
These charts aren't "horrible" because of their coronavirus data - they're horrible because they could let criminals conquer your computer.
It’s not clear how many accounts were involved, but Microsoft is said to have made URLs and metadata available so admins can investigate.
The FBI's Apple problem.
Apple's efforts to overcome the limitations of Bluetooth is a proprietary system called MagicPairing, but there are flaws in the magic.
The FBI nabbed "Plinofficial" when he arrived at Miami airport carrying $20K cash, allegedly made off of the defunct, fraud-fav exchange.
Mozilla is fixing a longstanding password problem to alert users when their password exceeds the maximum length allowed.
These days, "What does this malware do?" is the question that has dozens of possible answers... here's how and why.
The government can keep on surveilling your online life without a warrant. An amendment to ban it failed by just one vote.
Admins working with Microsoft Azure beware: phishers are updating their assets to reflect changes on the company's cloud-based login screen.
From DHL delivery phishes to the top 10 most exploited bugs - and everything in between. It's weekly roundup time.
Reply all woes, DHS says no to DoH and why turning your computer off is good for security.
Google Search uses open redirects by design, which is handy if you're a scammer trying to hide an iffy-looking URL.
The agencies say it's vital to prioritize patching. Otherwise, we're making it easy for attackers who don't have to work at finding 0 days.
Microsoft is the latest browser vendor to join the encrypted DNS club by supporting DNS over HTTPS in Windows 10.
Bugs can last a long time... even if you thought you removed them years ago.
She wanted a sub, not Facebook, Instagram and SMS come-ons from the guy who served her and intercepted her contact-tracing details.
Windows users won't have to fix ‘big’ exploited or public flaws this month, but May's Patch Tuesday is one of the biggest patch rounds.