By ZDNet Staff
| April 22, 2009 -- 04:38 GMT (21:38 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Facebook: We stored hundreds of millions of your passwords in plain text
Nokia firmware blunder sent some user data to China
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.
Police Federation hit by ransomware attack
Police association says databases and servers hit by "malware attack which encrypted data" which also deleted some back-ups.
Zero-day in WordPress SMTP plugin abused by two hacker groups
Hacker groups are creating backdoor admin accounts on vulnerable sites and redirecting users to tech support scams.
Cyberattacks: Europe gets ready to face crippling online assaults
Massive cyberattacks with real-world consequences are no longer unthinkable. Time to get prepared, says Europe.
OceanLotus adopts public exploit code to abuse Microsoft Office software
APT32 is using a public exploit to abuse Office and compromise targeted systems.
Microsoft brings Windows 10 security to Apple Macs with Defender ATP
Enterprise Mac users can now install Microsoft's next-gen antivirus for Windows 10.
Cyber-espionage warning: Russian hacking groups step up attacks ahead of European elections
Researchers at FireEye say Kremlin-backed hacking operations are attempting to target governments, media and political parties as elections approach.
MyPillow and Amerisleep wake up to Magecart card theft nightmare
The US firms may have a few sleepless nights over the security breaches.