'Tortoiseshell', a previously undocumented attack group is using both custom and off-the-shelf malware to target IT providers; BlackHat survey quantifies third-party threat
More than 15,000 private webcams around the world -- many of which are located inside houses -- could be tapped using a simple internet connection
A private company has been drilling on a vulnerability in mobile SIM cards for the past two years by to help governments snoop on targeted individuals
Dubbed 'NetCAT', a flaw in Intel chips allows attackers track keystrokes and other kinds of information that goes through vulnerable servers
An Elastica database belonging to automobile marketer Dealer Leads has left over 198 million records of consumer information exposed
D-Link DSL-2875AL modem contains password disclosure vulnerability: it is stored in clear text there
US law enforcement and regulatory bodies join multiple global counterparts to arrest 281 scammers, in the biggest offence by scale against business email compromise (BEC) networks
Data protection rules apply to mobile applications regardless of whether an app is free or paid for, and consent need to use the data needs to be specific and freely given through some form of affirmative act.
VxWorks operating system vulnerable to Urgent/11, claims that these could lead to a WannaCry-like situation if exploited by malicious actors, suggested extent and impact of problem denied by Wind River.
Unprotected server online held data on Facebook users across the globe, from 133 million records of US users to 50 million from Vietnam