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ZDNet asked five security experts for their top advice for getting into the infosec world.
Sometimes a job opportunity can pop up where you least expect it.
Ever wonder what the working week of a spammer looks like? Researchers find out.
Drupal has released security fixes to smooth over a serious access bypass vulnerability, among other bugs.
The Daily Stormer website has found hosting trouble after several companies pulled the plug on the site after breaking terms of service.
Yes, Kaspersky Lab works with government law enforcement agencies, just like American ones do. The company denies any wrongdoing with its work with Russia's government.
The NetSarang server software is used by hundreds of companies worldwide.
An Uruguayan student found a bug which could have allowed the leak of sensitive data.
Hundreds of smart locks bricked after a flawed LockState software update.
The EFF, representing Dreamhost in the case, called the Justice Dept's order 'unconstitutional'.
Researchers found at least one major flaw in the five leading stingray surveillance trackers for Android.
A 51-year-old Ukrainian national was arrested in connection with the ransomware attack
"As soon as they got off the stage, they were fired."
Microsoft patched 48 separate vulnerabilities — the majority of which were the highest "critical" rating.