The fun-loving cybercriminals blamed for breaches of Uber and Rockstar are exposing weaknesses in ways others aren’t.
Security firm Chainguard has created a simple, open-source way for organizations to defend the cloud against some of the most insidious attacks.
An alleged teen hacker claims to have gained deep access to the company’s systems, but the full picture of the breach is still coming into focus.
Safety Check and Lockdown Mode give people in vulnerable situations ways to quarantine themselves from acute risks.
US lawmakers keep warning about the popular app. But until they can explain what makes it uniquely dangerous, it’s difficult to tailor a resolution.
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Researchers found that mobile applications contain keys that could provide access to both user information and private files from unconnected apps.
The phishing attack on the SMS giant exposes the dangers of B2B companies to the entire tech ecosystem.
Peiter “Mudge” Zatko’s claims about the company’s lax security are all bad. But one clearly captures the extent of systemic issues.
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