Mozilla has fixed a critical zero-day bug in the latest point releases of the Firefox web browser.
A group of researchers has discovered that many of the web's most popular content management systems are using obsolete algorithms to protect their users' passwords.
The US is alleged to have been quietly planting malware throughout Russia's energy networks in response to years of Russian attacks on its own power grid.
The LaLiga app used phones' GPS and microphones to sniff out bars that were broadcasting soccer matches illegally.
Hey, iOS users. Got a spare Android phone lying around? Now, you can use it as a secure access key for online services.
Diehard text editor users everywhere breathed a sigh of relief this week as the open source community fixed a bug in one of the most venerable *nix programs: Vim.
June patch Tuesday features fixes from Adobe and Microsoft for critical flaws including a remote code vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player.
French researchers have found a bug in a hardware security module (HSM) that could enable an attacker to steal highly prized secrets.
Cryptocurrency users narrowly escaped losing all their funds last week after an attacker poisoned a digital wallet with malicious code that stole their blockchain access details.
Researchers have been experimenting with a novel way to eavesdrop on what you're typing on your smartphone - by listening to the taps of your fingers.
Researchers have found an unexpected behavior in a Windows feature designed to protect remote sessions.
Apple's WWDC was full of surprises including a new feature designed to make signing up for websites more private: Sign In with Apple.
The authors of the GandCrab ransomware strain are shutting their ransomware-as-a-service portal, allegedly walking away with a cool $150m.
Changes to extensions will limit the way that Chrome lets browsers block content - unless you're an enterprise user.
Suse developer Aleksa Sarai has uncovered a bug in the way that the container framework handles path names.
An internet-wide scan has revealed almost one million devices vulnerable to CVE-2019-0708.
Now it's easier for attackers to produce deepfakes, even if the target doesn't have much existing footage. Like the Mona Lisa.
Researchers revealed a massive hole in Google Safe Browsing's mobile browser protection that existed for over a year.
Can you ever call malware art? That question is now up for debate as a Chinese internet artist puts a laptop full of viruses up for auction.
Mozilla rolled out version 67 of its Firefox browser this week, fixing some security bugs and introducing a host of privacy features.
A security researcher has discovered a massive cache of data on millions of Instagram influencers, publicly accessible for everyone to see.
Researchers have uncovered another serious bug in WP Live Chat that could lead to the mass compromise of websites.
Privacy-focused browser Brave has criticised an industry proposal it says would make browser fingerprinting easier.
Google had egg on its face this week after it had to recall some of its Titan hardware security keys for being insecure.
May 2019 Patch Tuesday fixed 79 vulnerabilities, 19 of which are classed as Critical. Here's a summary of the most notable ones.
Microsoft has put another nail in the password’s coffin by winning a certification that will make it easier to log into Windows machines.
The FBI and Department of Homeland Security have identified a new strain of malware from North Korea, representing the latest in a long line of cyber attacks from the country