A new analysis of sinkholes Backoff point-of-sale malware paints a bleak picture of the state of point-of-sale security.
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The 2014 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly takes a look back at Heartbleed and how organizations were affected by it.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is back online following a bizarre series of events over the weekend involving a large-scale DDoS attack and a bomb threat against a commercial airline.
Rogue antivirus malware is on the decline, but a new, simpler version of that threat that simply redirects users to the site of a fake malware protection service has been infecting users around the world.
Malware deployed against activists in Syria is increasing as the groups deploying these remote access tools become more sophisticated and utilize more complex tactics.
Albertsons and SUPERVALUE, the second and third largest grocery store chains in the U.S., yesterday announced that customer payment information was exposed a month-long data breach earlier this summer.
Absolute Software’s anti-theft Computrace software is mysteriously installed on brand new machines, nearly impossible to remove, and exploitable.
LAS VEGAS – It’s widely known that embedded medical devices are hackable in dangerous ways, but the true risks to medical device are less well known.
The line between criminal hacking and well-meaning security research is a thin, hazy one according to a panel discussion at Black Hat.
Las Vegas – Researchers at the Black Hat security conference claimed in a presentation that they can exploit pervasive carrier controls to wrest complete control of billions of consumer devices.