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
DNC says Russia tried to hack its servers again in November 2018
Democrats say the spear-phishing attack, which was attributed to Russian group Cozy Bear, was unsuccessful.
WiFi firmware bug affects laptops, smartphones, routers, gaming devices
List of impacted devices includes PS4, Xbox One, Samsung Chromebooks, and Microsoft Surface devices.
Verizon to roll out free robocoll spam protection to all customers
Call Filter service to be made available to all wireless and wired customers with compatible phones in March 2019.
This malware spreading tool is back with some new tricks
The Fallout exploit kit is back delivering GandCrab ransomware after a brief hiatus.
These malicious Android apps will only strike when you move your smartphone
Apps containing the Anubis banking Trojan and an interesting motion sensor have been found in the Google Play store.
Temporary fix available for one of the two Windows zero-days released in December
Microsoft did not issue official fixes during the recent January Patch Tuesday update window.
Microsoft launches Azure DevOps bug bounty program, $20,000 rewards on offer
The Redmond giant is keenly interested in remote code execution and privilege escalation flaws.
Hacker behind 'Football Leaks' arrested in Hungary
Twitter bug revealed private tweets for some Android users for almost five years
Some Twitter for Android users had their private tweets exposed to non-followers and search engines.