Researchers at the Chaos Computer Club conference in Hamburg presented research on the woeful state of security in 4G USB modems.
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UPDATE: The website of the Internet Systems Consortium, the developers of the BIND DNS software deployed all over the Web, was reportedly infected with malware last week.
The FBI has officially stated that North Korea is in fact responsible for the recent cyberattack targeting Sony Pictures Entertainment.
GitHub is encouraging Mac and Windows users to immediately install an update that resolves a serious arbitrary code execution vulnerability.
Google proposes that browser vendors begin issuing address bar warnings to users that HTTP connections provide no data security protection.
A working, pirated version of the Assassin’s Creed application for Android is bundled with malware, targeting users trying to download a free version of that game.
For the second month in a row, Microsoft is recalling a security update published along with its monthly patch Tuesday release.
A class-action suit has been filed against Comcast for using customer routers as public Wi-Fi hotspots. Can attackers exploit router bugs to jump from public to private networks?
Troels Oerting, head of Europol’s EC3, explains the extreme difficulties law enforcement faces when investigating and prosecuting cybercrime at Georgetown Law’s Cybercrime 2020.
The United States Department of Justice yesterday announced the creation of a new cybercrime unit within its Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section.