A slew of products from medical dispensing company BD are susceptible to the KRACK vulnerability disclosed last fall.
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Twitter is the latest company to face backlash for how it handles data privacy after disclosing that it sold data access to a Cambridge Analytica-linked researcher.
Uber is tightening policies around its bug bounty program after a 2016 data breach exposed deep flaws in its policies around handling extortion.
Microsoft has released new Spectre mitigations for Windows 10, which include Intel microcode fixes for CPUs running on Windows.
Researchers discovered a flaw in Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant that enabled them to eavesdrop on consumers with smart devices – and automatically transcribe every word said.
Too often, many IoT device manufacturers are opting to leave out costly security features for their small, low power connected devices.
Researchers have found an exploit in Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems that they say cannot be patched.
A botnet has exploited a highly critical Drupal CMS vulnerability, which was previously disclosed by Drupal in March.
Threatpost’s Tom Spring talked to Roman Unuchek, senior malware analyst at Kaspersky Lab, about his discoveries this week at the RSA Conference.
Despite numerous talks about IoT vulnerabilities at RSAC this week, a clear resolution on fixes is nowhere in sight.