Ubisoft delivers on threats it made in September 2019 and goes after website selling DDoS services that were used to launch attacks against Rainbow Six Siege servers.
The number of breaches reported each day continues to rise - and the number of significant fines is soon to follow.
Victims of Paradise ransomware can now retrieve even more encrypted files because researchers have updated a tool that is already denying cyber criminals ransom payments.
An Estonian startup says it can stop a repeat of the multi-billion Scandinavian bank money-laundering scandal.
Mitsubishi Electric says hackers did not obtain sensitive information about defense contracts.
Reports suggest a government database was misused for age verification purposes.
Citrix is racing to develop patches for software builds vulnerable to the severe bug.
LastPass issue appears to impact users with accounts dating back to 2014 and earlier.
Former Prime Minister who brought in Australia's anti-encyption laws says the technology can prevent potential tapping by telco equipment manufacturers.
The list was shared by the operator of a DDoS booter service.
IE zero-day connected to last week's Firefox zero-day.
Visa is actively going after Magecart groups, but also deploying new technologies to safeguard payment card data.
Country's government agencies must resolve repeated lapses and plug weaknesses in IT controls, especially given the speed at which new IT systems are implemented, says government committee responsible for assessing how public funds are used.
Google Drive, Twitter, ImgBB and Google Forms are being abused in the name of data theft.
Microsoft offers up the security tool it uses to probe untrusted third-party software components in its applications.
2019 is already proving a fruitful year for hackers with millions of records stolen, medical data leaks, and credit card data theft.
European law enforcement has smashed everything from Dark Web marketplaces to ATM skimmer rings.
Interested in the world of cybersecurity? Consider picking up a copy of these books to enjoy over summer.
For the past few years, the FBI has been keeping a separate list of the US' most wanted cybercriminals. Time to take a look at who's still on it -- in no particular order.
Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.3.
Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.2.
What would a modern-day Plague of Lice look like?
The technology managing the systems in our cars could be open drivers up to the risk of hacking. Find out the most common digital threats to our cars, and how you can reduce your risk.
This gallery contains a list of the technologies that have been many times at the heart of a large number of data breaches incidents in the past few years.
Time and time again, Facebook has been slammed for privacy practices and data handling. Here are some of the most prominent, recent scandals of note.
Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet. One of these could be your best bet.
Although hackers are getting more and more sophisticated, you can still recognize that something is not right online. NordVPN shares tips on spotting a phishing message -- and keep your online activities safe.
Bypassing passcodes, malware-laden apps, and inherent design flaws exposing almost all known mobile devices made up part of the security problems found in iOS and Android.
Experts weigh in on what they believe will happen to the world of cybercrime, malware, and botnets in the coming year.
If you're looking for a fast, ultra-rugged, secure encrypted portable storage drive that's available in both HDD and SSD flavors, look no further than Apricorn's new Aegis Fortress L3.
The FBI is investigating. There are “strong” leads but no real indication of who is responsible.
US military officials fear operational security (OpSec) failures in handling personal devices might put soldiers in danger.
Saudi Arabia's cyber-security agency spots new Dustman data-wiping malware.
The malware was pre-installed on Unimax U673c handsets, sold by Assurance Wireless (Virgin Mobile) in the US.
Security breach took place on January 7, but the city said it detected the intrusion in time to prevent any damage.
Broadcom is selling off the security services business after acquiring it in August.
Steve Ranger breaks down which groups of hackers will try to hack the mobile networks of tomorrow. Read more: https://zd.net/2QGd5Ad
Arkansas-based telemarketing firm tells staff to seek new employment after suspending all operations right before the holidays.
Active Network discloses security incident that impacted school online stores built on the Blue Bear platform.
Researcher warns organizations to patch Pulse Secure VPN flaws now or risk 'big game' REvil ransomware attacks.
US Department of Homeland Security issues terror alert about possible Iran-sponsored terrorist acts and cyber-attacks.
A Google Chrome extension named Shitcoin Wallet is stealing passwords and wallet private keys, security researcher says.
Turning the page on the calendar and starting a new year is a great opportunity to develop some good new habits.
Need an anti-spying solution designed to lock down your messages and protect your privacy? One smartphone case maker promises as much, but only proves a fraction of its claims.
An ideal backup tool for small businesses and larger enterprises alike, vmProtect 6 makes light work of protecting and rapidly recovering virtual machines on VMware vSphere hosts.
<p> King of the small business security market, <a href="http://www.sonicwall.com/uk">SonicWALL</a> recently added six new models to its popular <a href="http://www.sonicwall.com/uk/TZ_Series.html">TZ</a> range of UTM (Unified Threat Management) appliances, delivering a mix of enhanced functionality and improved performance. Designed to serve the one-man-band upwards, the new range is topped out by the TZ 210 which, as we discovered, neatly bridges the gap between SME and enterprise products — and at a price that the competition will find hard to match. </p>
McAfee Internet Security 2009 does a reasonable job, but it also leaves room for improvement.
As a tool for cleaning an untidy Windows registry, PC Tools Desktop Maestro seems to do a good job, and combines this ability with excellent privacy tools. However, users of Windows Vista may find Desktop Maestro being blocked by User Account Control.
Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery 8 provides flexibility when creating desktop and laptop backups. If you have high value data stored on your computer, then we think $106.53 is a reasonable price to ensure it's protected.
Symantec Backup Exec 12 allows complete system recovery and concentrates on continuous file/data protection. Though AU$1,795 may seem a lot of money for an application, Backup Exec might be worth the investment if you're using it for irreplaceable and highly valuable data.
Lavasoft Ad-Aware 2007 came in dead last in our CNET antispyware testing. Ad-Aware failed to detect half of the test spyware, and unlike nine out of the 10 other antispyware apps we reviewed in December 2007, left behind traces for all but one spyware.
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