We’re right on the heels of Microsoft Ignite and in comes another exciting virtual event: Windows Server Summit 2020! Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 29 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time where we will dive deeper into the latest and greatest innovation in Windows Server announced at Ignite such as Azure Automanage, Windows Admin Center…
Network access to various industries is being offered in underground forums at as little as $300 a pop – and researchers warn that ransomware groups like Maze and NetWalker could be buying in.
Immersive Labs Researcher takes advantage of lax Fitbit privacy controls to build a malicious spyware watch face.
The malware also has a unique machine-learning module.
Facebook bounty hunters will be placed into tiers by analyzing their score, signal and number of submitted bug reports — which will dictate new bonus percentages.
Ethical hackers so far have earned nearly $300K in payouts from the Apple bug-bounty program for discovering the flaws.
Collectively, 240 fraudulent Android apps — masquerading as retro game emulators — account for 14 million installs.
Three high-severity flaws exist in Cisco’s Webex video conferencing system, Cisco’s Video Surveillance 8000 Series IP Cameras and Identity Services Engine.
The P2P malware is infecting any and all types of endpoints via brute-forcing, with 10 versions targeting desktops, laptops, mobile and IoT devices.
Two flaws in Microsoft’s cloud-based Azure App Services could have allowed server-side forgery request (SSFR) and remote code-execution attacks.