Adobe patched five critical vulnerabilities in its Flash, Reader, and Acrobat Players that could give attackers the ability to cause crashes and wrest control of affected machines.
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A security tutorial demonstrating how to enable important security and privacy settings on Twitter.
Security researchers from Malware Must Die uncovered a new piece of ransomware called Prison Locker.
Researchers Sean Cross and Dr. Andrew Huang demonstrated yesterday at the Chaos Communication Congress that they could write arbitrary code onto various flash-based SD memory cards.
A Turkish hacking group compromised and defaced the website of OpenSSL, an open-source SSL and TLS encryption implementation resource.
Researchers posted the details of two bugs in SnapChat after the company failed to address them over a period of four months.
The Feedburner RSS management platform is hosting a Trojan that redirects users to a series of malicious sites.
An Israeli security researcher from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s Cyber Security Labs claims to have uncovered a serious security flaw in Samsung Knox.
Microsoft claims that Turkish machines encounter more malware than computers in any other country in the world.
The domain registrar and Web-hosting company Namecheap has fixed a cross site request forgery vulnerability in its DNS setup page.