South Korean researchers apply fuzzing techniques to LTE protocol and find 51 vulnerabilities, of which 36 were new.
Microsoft employees have arrived in Norway to help Norsk Hydro recover after ransomware attack.
Court filings indicate that Facebook may have been well aware of what was going on before the scandal erupted.
US warns over severe security flaw affecting the wireless communications in cardiac implants.
The DoS vulnerability is trivially easy to trigger.
Suspect admits role in criminal operation within a week after being arrested.
While the government entity is implementing a cyber resilience framework, its director-general has reservations around its capability to ensure full compliance.
Thousands of new API or cryptographic keys leak via GitHub projects every day.
Despite hearing concerns around the Bill's ambiguity, lax privacy, and rushed nature, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee has still decided to recommend its passage.
Following a poor audit result and the discovery of a rogue file, the government entity will be compliant with the now superseded Top 4 mitigation strategies for cybersecurity come June 30, 2019.
Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram passwords were stored in a 'readable format', with hundreds of millions of affected users expected to be notified.
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.
Police association says databases and servers hit by "malware attack which encrypted data" which also deleted some back-ups.
Hacker groups are creating backdoor admin accounts on vulnerable sites and redirecting users to tech support scams.
Massive cyberattacks with real-world consequences are no longer unthinkable. Time to get prepared, says Europe.
APT32 is using a public exploit to abuse Office and compromise targeted systems.
Enterprise Mac users can now install Microsoft's next-gen antivirus for Windows 10.
Researchers at FireEye say Kremlin-backed hacking operations are attempting to target governments, media and political parties as elections approach.
The US firms may have a few sleepless nights over the security breaches.
Please, YouTube! Just hide PewDiePie and T-Series' followers count and put this competition to bed.
The miner has their 'reputation' lowered to prevent malicious activity, the university says.
Man posed as hardware vendor to trick Google and Facebook into sending payments to his bank accounts.
AT&T and Comcast successfully test first SHAKEN/STIR-authenticated call between two different networks.
Previously unseen malware and a new admin panel have been tied to the notorious group.
Google cites "local legal restrictions" as the cause for its Chinese VPN ads ban.
Large enterprises will spend the most and managed security services will get plenty of attention.
Browser side-channel leaks are emerging as the next big threat for per-target stalking ops.
Remote code execution bugs were among those found.
The gang agreements focus on theft, malware capabilities, and territory grabs.
Housing, employment, and credit ads will no longer be hidden from users of certain ethnicity, gender, or age groups.
After Spotify complained about Apple's unfair App Store policies to EU authorities, Kaspersky does the same in Russia.
Some Windows 7 and 8.1 users are noticing that their automatic anti-malware protection has been turned off and are seeing out-of-date virus definitions. A definition update fix may be coming shortly.
But one simple thing could help stop the vast majority of these attacks, say researchers.
Vulnerability patched last year, but many websites and web apps will most likely remain vulnerable for years.
The biggest Trello Enterprise update since 2015 gives organizations more security controls and management functionality. (TechRepublic)
Cyber attacks attempts to deploy the keylogging, screenshot-taking, password-stealing Cardinal RAT malware.
Firefox 66 will automatically prevent autoplay videos with sound from playing unless users want them to.
Norway's Norsk Hydro said a cyber-attack on late Monday night crippled its IT systems.
Ironic as it may be, EU websites might not be compliant with the EU's own data protection rules.
IBM warns Watson AI customers to check product versions after releasing new updates that address critical flaws.
Analysis of over 360,000 phishing emails reveals some common themes in phoney emails sent to businesses. Don't get caught out by these ones.
Facebook has released new figures relating to the live-streamed attacks.
Support for other programming languages to be added in future releases.
Data-sharing guidelines have been released by the federal government as it works towards drafting legislation that will keep citizen data safe from exposure and misuse.
City officials took hacked tornado sirens offline ahead of major storm. Luckily, they weren't needed.
Security researchers spot new Mirai botnet with an enhanced arsenal of IoT exploits.
Apple releases a new ad touting the iPhone's superior privacy. But it's all a touch humorous.
BlackBerry said Radar H2 helps automate operations, and improve utilization of trailers, containers, chassis and other remote assets.
With EKM, businesses gain control over the encryption keys used to encrypt the files and messages within their Slack workspace.
If hospitals don't take cybersecurity seriously, a series of small issues could be as bad as a major cyberattack like WannaCry, warns NHS Digital chief.
Time and time again, the publication of PoC code for zero-days and recently patched security bugs often helps hackers more than end-users.
You can also try out Bombe and Typex code-cracking for yourself.
Gnosticplayers returns with new user records, most of which he obtained by hacking companies last month.
Extensions only available for Windows Insiders for now. To work for everyone once Windows 10 19H1 is live.
Hacker used a Mirai botnet to DDoS companies and ask for ransoms to stop attacks.
Coming to Android Q: MAC address randomization, new location data permission popup, no more clipboard sniffing.
Following a spat of data breaches affecting healthcare patients in Singapore, this time, a server containing personal information of 808,201 blood donors was not properly secured by a third-party vendor, potentially exposing data such as blood type and national identification number.
There are slim chances that Fujitsu will release a patch.
Database taken down two weeks later. Owner never identified.
Fixes to be included with Windows 10 19H1, scheduled for release in a few weeks.
Germany's states have decided the country needs a new law to criminalize dark-web platform operators.
Having someone on board who has been there already can help your company prepare better for the inevitable attack.
As expected, the recent WinRAR vulnerability is now being abused en-masse by multiple threat actors.
Forget cameras, screen, and speedy processors. Privacy is reason you should buy an iPhone, according to Apple.
A new support service has also been launched to tackle the spread of intimate images without consent.
Mark Karpeles has been found guilty of fiddling accounts but not embezzlement in the Mt. Gox case.
When Australia's signals intelligence agency finds a cybersecurity vulnerability, it discloses it -- except in a few cases where it might help fulfil a "critical intelligence requirement".
The department admitted it has work to do on fighting external threats.
The trial is set for April 4.
Only 23 Android antivirus apps had a 100 percent detection rate with no false positives.
More details emerge about the two Windows zero-days that Microsoft patched this Tuesday.
Australia has made its sovereign decision, says Marise Payne. Other nations will make their own.
Huawei will still get to construct and manage Western Australia's digital radio systems for the Public Transport Authority, according to a report.
Two senators request US Senate Sergeant at Arms to reveal cyber-attack statistics.
New Zealand security researcher details never-before-seen attack for recovering BitLocker keys.
Customers of the outdoor clothing retailer may have had their card details, email, shipping and billing addresses, and Kathmandu login details exposed.
Dr.Web: 39 percent of all Counter-Strike 1.6 servers were malicious and tried to infect users with malware.
The Linux Foundation's new Red Team project will incubate open-source cybersecurity tools.
Credit card data-stealing attacks use a technique rarely deployed in POS malware to help avoid detection - and are thought to have been operating since 2016.