Cisco just issued some urgent patching homework in the form of 31 security fixes, 4 of them for flaws rated ‘critical’.
Microsoft has found itself with a large amount of RDP-related patching work during 2019.
On August 16, Texas local government became the latest victim of the expanding global racket that is ransomware.
When it comes to an easy life, the criminals behind the fearful Anubis banking malware have become big fans of Twitter and, increasingly, the secure messaging of Telegram.
How can IoT security be improved? The UK Government just published new details of its surprising and unfashionable answer.
This IoT software flaw could render millions of consumer devices, including baby monitors and webcams, open to remote discovery and hijack.
The containerisation platform has asked 190k users to change their passwords after hackers gained access to a database of personal data.
NIST thinks it has reached an important milestone in complex software testing with something called Combinatorial Coverage Measurement (CCM).
Microsoft has recognised that users don't actually change their passwords when prompted, they just tweak them. And that doesn't help anyone.
Someone has been quietly pilfering Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency worth millions of dollars without anyone noticing or, apparently, caring.
DNS over HTTPS (DoH), backed by Google, Mozilla and Cloudflare, is about to make web surveillance a lot more difficult.
If you own an iOS device and use the Chrome browser, you may have encountered some strange-looking pop-up ads in the past week.
Nearly four years after it was replaced by Edge as Microsoft’s preferred Windows browser, researchers keep finding unpleasant security flaws in Internet Explorer (IE).
Between 1 January and 28 March this year hackers were able to access a “limited number” of consumer Outlook.com, Hotmail and MSN Mail email accounts, Microsoft has confirmed.