Google fixed a vulnerability that could’ve let an attacker carry out phishing attacks with Unicode domains in Chrome but Mozilla is holding off – for now.
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Microsoft announced this week its giving users a new way to sign into their accounts without long and complicated passwords.
InterContinental Hotels Group said on Friday that it found malware designed to access payment card data at more than 1,000 of its hotels.
VMware patched a critical vulnerability in its vCenter Server platform late last week that could have let an attacker execute arbitrary code in some scenarios.
Mike Mimoso, Tom Spring, and Chris Brook recap Infiltrate Con in Miami last week, and Kaspersky Lab’s Security Analyst Summit in St. Maarten
A researcher at this year’s Security Analyst Summit staged a series of honeypots at his friends’ houses to record IoT traffic, exploit attempts and other statistics.
Academics argue that Netflix’s recent upgrade to HTTPS is doing little to protect its users from a passive traffic analysis attack.
Adobe patched 59 vulnerabilities across five different products, including Flash Player, Acrobat/Reader, Photoshop, Adobe Campaign, and its Adobe Creative Cloud App on Tuesday.
A researcher poked holes in seven different IoT devices at last week’s Security Analyst Summit, including a host of travel routers, NAS devices, and an IP-enabled camera.
David Jacoby and Frans Rosén said at this year’s Security Analyst Summit they offered companies free pen-testing and raised $15,000 for charity in the process.