If exploited, the most serious of these flaws could lead to a denial-of-service condition for Jetson products.
Cook County, Ill., home to Chicago, has left a database exposed since at least September that contained sensitive criminal and family-court records.
A security flaw in TikTok could have allowed attackers to query query the platform's database – potentially opening up for privacy violations.
Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity strategy for VMware Carbon Black, talks about the top security challenges facing the US government as a new presidential administration steps in.
The security vendor is investigating potential zero-day vulnerabilities in its Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 series.
The new tools on Chrome and Edge will make it easier for browser users to discover - and change - compromised passwords.
Up to 4,000 stolen files have been released by hackers who launched a ransomware attack against the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency on Christmas Eve.
Researchers have traced the origins of a campaign - infecting SQL servers to mine cryptocurrency - back to an Iranian software firm.
Researchers warn that attackers are collecting reconnaissance for future business email compromise attacks using Google Forms.
Cisco is stoppering critical holes in its SD-WAN solutions and its smart software manager satellite.
Users of dating apps - like Tinder, Match and Bumble - should be on the lookout for investment-fraud scammers.
Seven flaws in open-source software Dnsmasq could allow DNS cache poisoning attacks and remote code execution.
The FreakOut malware is adding infected Linux devices to a botnet, in order to launch DDoS and cryptomining attacks.
Starting Feb. 9, Microsoft will enable Domain Controller “enforcement mode” by default to address CVE-2020-1472.
Security researchers lambasted the controversial macOS Big Sur feature for exposing users' sensitive data.
Facebook has sued two Chrome devs for scraping user profile data - including names, user IDs and more.
The cybercriminal service has scammed victims out of $6.5 million and continues to spread on Telegram.
Cisco fixed high-severity flaws tied to 67 CVEs overall, including ones found inits AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and in its RV110W, RV130, RV130W, and RV215W small business routers.