Sentencing scheduled for September 2020.
Banking industry loophole reported more than a decade ago still remains open and ripe for exploitation today.
Accessing the TikTok website from work laptops is still allowed, according to an internal email Amazon sent to employees today.
The backdoor accounts grant access to a secret Telnet admin account running on the devices' external WAN interface.
API issues could be exploited to make calls, spy on users, send fake messages, and more.
The vulnerability could be exploited to execute malicious payloads in visitor browsers.
Amidst the country's accelerated digitalisation efforts, and as voters head to the polls, the Singapore government must realise it also needs to transform the way it engages its population, which increasingly will demand answers as more come online along with their personal data.
Complaint against the government department revealed it disclosed bank statements to someone the complainant took a Family Violence Order out on.
Australian cybersecurity megamix adds Melbourne-based Basis Networks to its venture.
New Google Ads policy that bans stalkerware enters into effect on August 11.
UPDATE: The zero-day has now been patched. Updates are available to Zoom Windows users.
The risk that the workplace becomes a source of a new outbreak is real. While most employers are taking appropriate measures to create a safe workplace, there is still not nearly enough attention on how to ensure safer conditions for employees during their journey to and from work. There are several ways to mitigate this risk.
The APT is also a loyal customer of Golden Chickens, a Malware-as-a-Service outfit.
Joint investigation follows OAIC making prior contact with Clearview AI.
Instead, he wants to stand up an independent body to oversee the approval of TOLA Act warrants.
Would you like to spend less time unlocking your Android smartphone? Android has you covered.
Quite a few readers have expressed an interest in seeing what's inside a super-secure DataLocker DL3 encrypted hard drive. Well, let's get the screwdrivers out and take a look!
I'm usually wary of security apps, but iVerify by Trail of Bits is different. It comes highly recommended and offers a lot of features in a small download.
External hard drive featuing AES 256-bit XTS mode encryption and a built-in LCD keypad.
Millions of us have adopted smart home and IoT devices, but these products continually prove themselves to be vulnerable endpoints. Here are some of the most noteworthy IoT cyberattack examples of this year.
Time to dump those cheap dollar-store flash drives, or the ones you picked up at a trade show and get a encrypted micro USB SSD that would impress James Bond.
Despite a worldwide pandemic, cyberattackers haven't stopped poking holes in our defenses. These are the worst incidents so far in 2020.
Minut is a noise, temperature, and motion sensor that has been built for privacy that's aimed primarily at the short-term rental market -- think Airbnb, that sort of thing.
These laptops conform to Microsoft’s Windows 10 Secured-core PC requirements and have been tested to meet or exceed MIL-STD-810G standards.
The world's first and currently only FIDO2 Level 2 security key with built-in fingerprint reader.
A list of all the major vulnerabilities that impact Intel processors.
Malware which resists removal to covert spying on locked smartphones -- mobile threats are becoming more complex and dangerous with each year that passes.
Attackers targeted everything from gas pumps to your smart TV this year.
Every night is fright night with what can happen once these scary technologies take hold in ways that you may not have imagined.
All the facts and figures that matter to you and your business from the past month in technology news.
The website hosted 269 GB of files stolen from more than 200 US police departments and fusion training centers.
Ed Bott explains the pros and cons of allowing your web browser to save passwords for you and how you can manage this feature. Read more: https://zd.net/38HE3i6
There are no routers in the study from the Fraunhofer Institute without known security vulnerabilities.
Charles Henderson, global managing partner and Head of X-Force Red at IBM, talks to Tonya Hall about how employees had to quickly turn their homes into workspaces and the challenges this brought for hackers to expose vulnerabilities remotely.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to investigative journalist Geoff White, who tracked down the author of Love Bug 20 years on from the worldwide attack. He details what security lessons we can still learn from it.
Organisations struggle to monitor their networks because they often don't know what's there. And that allows hackers to sneak in under the radar.
New samples of the ransomware reveal the techniques used to attack critical ICS systems.
As the government expects practices adopted due to COVID-19 social distancing measures to continue.
FakeSpy malware spreads via SMS phishing, using each infected victim to further distribute itself - and researchers say the cyber-criminal operation behind it is finding a lot of success.
Working from home has inspired bosses to find new ways of tracking their employees, says a study.
Apple, Google, and Mozilla reduce the lifespan for HTTPS certificates to 398 days, against the wishes of Certificate Authorities.
Commerce Department says it is now too risky to send technology to Hong Kong as it may end up in the Chinese Communist Party's hands.
New research highlights how throwing money indiscriminately at security doesn’t guarantee results.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Kelly Rozumalski, secure connected health director at Booz Allen, about the rise of internet connected healthcare and how it's creating more security vulnerabilities which can be exploited by hackers.