Adobe's Flash Player may gain a lot of negative headlines, but when it comes to the most frequented targeted software Microsoft Office and Windows beat out the much maligned Adobe software.
RubyMiner malware plants XMRig on vulnerable systems. Security researchers have discovered malware aimed at Linux and Windows servers running to mine cryptocurrency.
Non-malware-based cyber-attacks were behind the majority of cyber-incidents reported in 2017, despite proliferation of malware available to both the professional and amateur hacker.
Apple released security updates for its mobiles, set top box and Window's iCloud platform shortly after rolling out another patch for the KRACK exploits.
TeamViewer has rushed out an emergency patch to fix a security flaw that could allow hackers to take over other machines during an active session.
Bitcoin Gold issued a critical alert and expanded the recall window for the Windows Wallet installer after a link on its Download page and the file downloads on its Github release page were found to be serving two suspicious files.
US CERT has issued a warning on a vulnerability in Windows' Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR) that affects Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 which could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.
Security researchers have advised the patching of a critical vulnerability in the DNS client used in Windows. The flaw could allow hackers to gain access to a target system.
Two new flaws have been discovered in Windows NTLM security protocols which could result in unauthorised credential use, password cracking and domain compromise.
Flaw in NTFS file system can be activated by a malformed URL, causing a system crash in Windows Vista, 7 and 8.1 but not Windows 10.
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Hackers are said to be rushing to develop exploits as Microsoft says it won't patch flaw in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 on Windows Server 2003.
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The software giant claims Genasom and Locky took second and third place for attacking Windows 10 Enterprise boxes with about 1000 infections each.
This seven-year-old version of the software is leaving enterprises open to 600 security vulnerabilities.
Kaspersky Lab today released an analysis of a newly discovered version of Mokes - a malicious, cross-platform backdoor with spying functionality - this one targeting Apple's OS X operating system.
L0phtCrack is back, 19 years old and updated for the first time in six years, version 7 is apparently 500 times faster
Kaspersky researchers spotted a wave of attacks that has affected more than 130 organisations in at least 30 countries.
Windows vulnerability would allow hackers to subvert PowerShell to bypass the UAC, leaving no trace of having accessed the system.
The percentage of unpatched Windows operating systems was on the decline in the second quarter of 2016, leading to an overall decrease in the number of exploitable Windows vulnerabilities.
Over half (53 percent) of companies have at least one instance of Windows Server 2003 still running even though its end of life (EOL) date passed on 14 July 2015.
Market forces are beginning to have an effect on zero days, evidenced by a new drop in the price of a significant zero-day.
Trustwave has found a zero-day exploit which it said affects all versions of Microsoft's OS Windows, all the way from Windows 2000 up to a fully patched version of Windows 10.
The security flaws in the Windows version of Apple's media player, Quicktime will be left open as Apple announces its intention to stop patching it.
After several weeks of waiting, the update patching the Badlock bug, potentially impacting Windows and Linux systems, was issued today by Samba.org.
A Core Security Consulting researcher found that the SAP Download Manager stores credentials using weak encryption.
Researchers identify Operation Black Atlas, a new and growing super-adaptable botnet abusing legitimate Windows network functions
With hopes to provide a more seamless and secure experience of Windows apps, Microsoft will be ridding of the ranks of its Trusted Root Certificate programme.
Researchers at FireEye have found that Windows PowerShell, the command-line tool, is vulnerable to two data leaking attacks.