The hackers behind last month’s iPhone ransomware campaign – in which many users were asked to pay $100 to unlock their devices – may be behind bars now.
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A vulnerability in an emerging interactive television standard could open up number of smart TVs to untraceable drive-by attacks.
Several vulnerabilities have been patched in the Linux kernel that could have led to a denial of service or privilege escalation.
A handful of apps purporting to specialize in virus detection and scanning were recently removed from both Google Play and Amazon after being deemed fake.
A SCADA vulnerability could trigger a denial of service condition and go on to compromise the software’s communication connections, resulting in system instability is left unpatched.
A popular WordPress plugin could leave potentially millions of websites vulnerable if left unpatched.
Apache recently patched denial of service and information disclosure vulnerabilities in its Tomcat web server.
Iranian spies have been carrying out a campaign since at least 2011 that has gathered intelligence by targeting D.C. journalists and government emissaries via social media.
The Federal Trade Commission called on data brokers to be more transparent and give users more control over their personal information in a comprehensive report issued yesterday.
A handful of iPhone, iPad and Mac users, largely confined to Australia, awoke Tuesday to discover their devices had been taken hostage by ransomware.