When we talk about ransomware, we need to draw a line between what it used to be and what it currently is. Why? Because nowadays ransomware is not just about encrypting data – it’s primarily about data exfiltration. After that, it’s about data encryption and leaving convincing proof that the attacker was in the network,…
Three security vulnerabilities can be chained to enable unauthenticated remote code execution.
Both Nvidia and Intel faced severe security issues this week – including a high-severity bug in Nvidia’s GeForce NOW.
Following a Nov. 3 ransomware attack against Campari, Ragnar Locker group took out public Facebook ads threatening to release stolen data.
Seven mobile apps for Android sneakily charge fans of Minecraft and Roblox hundreds of dollars per month.
The flaw stems from an issue with the ingress packet processing function of Cisco IOS XR software.
Philippines COVID-KAYA app allowed for unauthorized access typically protected by ‘superuser’ credentials and also may have exposed patient data.
Remote code execution vulnerabilities dominate this month’s security bulletin of warnings and patches.
Intel released 40 security advisories in total, addressing critical- and high-severity flaws across its Active Management Technology, Wireless Bluetooth and NUC products.
Retail bots are helping scalpers scoop up PS5, Xbox Series X inventory and charge massive markups.