Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ll know that earlier this week Facebook announced plans for a new global cryptocurrency for absolutely everyone called Libra.
Three vulnerabilities in the FreeBSD and Linux kernels could allow attackers to induce a denial-of-service by clogging networking I/O.
Why are phishing emails so enduringly popular with the bad guys? A new approach may suggest that curiosity is at play.
Security token maker Yubico has issued an important advisory affecting high-end versions of its YubiKey authentication key.
Anyone using it in its unpatched state is at risk not only of a compromise of their Evernote account but, potentially, of third-party accounts too.
Why is SandboxEscaper releasing vulnerabilities in such an irresponsible way? It matters not - Microsoft must patch what’s in front of it whatever the backstory.
Why you shouldn't trust a website simply because it's secured using HTTPS and backed by the green padlock symbol.
The Amcrest 721 family of security cameras features six security flaws discovered back in 2017 by a researcher at security outfit Synopsys.
Even its most optimistic users would have to concede that it’s been a bracing few weeks for anyone who relies on Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
Researchers have discovered another dangerous security hole hiding in recent, unpatched versions of the internet’s most popular mail server, Exim.
The latest version of Firefox, 67.0.1, features a fully-fledged version of Mozilla’s Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) privacy system.
It's that time again. June's patches for Android are here.
A researcher has found a way to abuse synthetic clicks in macOS "Catalina", and it hasn’t even shipped yet.
Researchers have found that a phone's gyroscope, accelerometer and other sensors create a unique fingerprint.
Hugely popular news aggregation site Flipboard - one billion app downloads from Google Play and counting - has become the latest internet company to admit it has suffered a breach.
A Monero cryptominer made a home on an Apache Tomcat server and just wouldn't stay away.
Pen Test Partners has found some major security flaws in the Bluetooth Nokelock that consumers might like to know about.
One of the US’s most widely used vehicle license plate reader (LPR) companies, Perceptics, is reportedly investigating a data breach.
Apple thinks it has come up with a way for advertisers to track how well their ads are doing without compromising user privacy.
After nine months of alpha testing, a stable release of the Tor browser for Android can now be downloaded from Google’s Play store or direct from the Project’s website.
Sometimes it's best not to tinker under the hood - especially when it comes to security IDs.
Europe’s biggest ISPs and mobile operators are accused of undermining net neutrality rules and user privacy with their use of DPI.
A company accused of fraudulently obtaining 757,000 IPv4 addresses has been ordered to hand them back.
Arrests in Europe and the US appear to have ended the cybercrime careers of the gang behind the GozNym banking malware.
Unpatched Linux systems are vulnerable to remote compromise from the local network.
Apple has released its May 2019 security updates, taking iOS to version 12.3 and macOS Mojave to version 10.14.5.
A Chinese white-label panic alarm used by elderly and vulnerable people can be remotely controlled by sending it simple SMS commands.