As operators struggle to balance the recommendations of social distancing with the need to keep vital services functioning, there is no getting around the fact that conventional remote connections into industrial control networks are a very bad idea.
The popular video-sharing apps’s use of HTTP to download media content instead of a secure protocol could lead to the spread of misinformation on the platform.
New research found that almost half of companies had malware on their corporate-associated home networks – in comparison to malware being found on only 13 percent of corporate networks.
San Francisco International Airport notified users of two low-traffic websites of a data breach that occurred in March.
Apple and Google announced that decentralized Bluetooth technology will soon be rolled out for coronavirus contact tracing. The privacy implications are worrisome for some.
The payment-card stealer differs from typical malware targeting WordPress-based e-commerce environments.
The bug — rated 10 in severity — potentially affects large numbers of corporate VMs and hosts.
Researchers warn that apps that market themselves as “free” are tricking users to subscribe to services that rack up as much as $500 in charges yearly.