A new report that demonstrates how hackers can easily crack a targeted user's passwords with a minimal amount of information underscores the dangers of data leaks and poor password management.
Web design platform notifying customers after being hit eight months ago
YOUR business website has at least one severe vulnerability - giving hackers open access - what can you do?October 19, 2016
Statistically your company website already has at least one severe flaw - and there could be many more, says Ian Muscat. Why are website vulnerabilities so frequent and on the rise? What should organisations be focusing on and how can they protect themselves in the future?
Several Spotify users are reporting that the streaming music service is serving malware to its users through its advertiser network.
Nearly half (49 percent) of the UK public don't delete accounts on the web that they no longer use.
A cyber-criminal could be risking a serious beating by compromising the popular Russian boxing site allboxing[.]ru with a redirect to a third-party site containing a Russian banking Trojan.
Nearly all (86 percent) over-55s don't believe that they're targets for cyber-criminals.
A new technique unveiled at Black Hat can attack SSL/TLS and other secure channels purely in the browser.
Media and news websites represent some of the world's most trusted brands. Jason Steer explains why they can be security vulnerabilities for their readers — and what you can do to protect yourself.
A robust underground marketplace for the sale of stolen products from compromised accounts as well as shady online services has been detected in Russia.
A semi-private database consisting of the identities of 70,000 users of the dating website OkCupid was published on the internet as part of a university research paper.
Torrent site's users received malware warnings.
A teenager turned himself in to police in Staffordshire, UK, where he was arrested on charges stemming from a breach of internet services provider TalkTalk.
A wave of DDoS attacks were launched against the government-funded education network Janet yesterday morning.
76 percent of IT professionals disagree that companies should weaken or defeat their own security measures to give authorities access to encrypted content.
Multiple vulnerabilities that could enable a remote attacker to launch a denial-of-service attack have been detected in the IBM Runtime Environment Java Technology Edition v6.
Symantec reported the worldwide infection of 3,500 public servers with a malicious script that redirects its victims to other compromised websites and said it believes could be part of a recon effort for future attacks.
Recent warranty fraud attempts on Fitbit have occurred in the last few months, with customer service being barraged with emails from customers claiming that their device is not working as expected and demanding replacements.
John McAfee takes time out of his presidential bid to push to make passwords obsolete.
Passwords have been reset for a number of Gyft users as a precaution after account data was reported for sale.
The website of Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe was rendered inaccessible on Thursday owing to a DDoS attack.
A new barrage of ransomware, capable of siphoning off digital wallets from Windows users, has been detected.
Smart TVs are not being targeted by hackers right now, but a researcher at Symantec has noted that cyber-criminals have a wide range of options if they wish to breach the average Smart TV.
A 51-year-old British man is headed to prison after being found guilty of DDoS attacks that knocked more than 300 websites offline in 2013.
VideoSaver, a potentially unwanted programme (PUP), has been detected altering default settings on users' browsers.
Real IP addresses of 70 percent of websites that are defended by DDoS protection providers can be revealed by using a web tool built on recently uncovered flaws.
A Kaspersky Labs study found some consumers are tremendously worried about hacking and malware, while almost half are not concerned at all and others simply believe they are not of interest to cyber-criminals.
Amazon manages to cram OpenSSL alternative into just 6,000 lines of code
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