The U.S. Commerce Department this week agreed to rewrite the proposed U.S. implementation of the Wassenaar Arrangement, a decision lauded by security experts.
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OS X security researcher Patrick Wardle is expected at Black Hat to demonstrate how to write advanced Mac malware, including Gatekeeper and Xprotect bypasses, in hopes of raising awareness to the current state of OS malware detection.
Facebook today released Security Checkup, an online tool that alerts users when unfamiliar devices try to access an account.
At Black Hat next week, researchers Runa Sandvik and Michael Auger are expected to demonstrate how they were able to manipulate a Linux-powered, networked high-end rifle.
The SANS Internet Storm Center reports a rash of malicious spam pushing Kovter click-fraud malware.
Hammertoss, a backdoor uncovered by researchers at FireEye, combines many previous communication venues used by APT29, a espionage outfit linked to the Russian government.
Researchers have found a new phishing campaign leveraging Google Drive in order to steal credentials.
Valve Software has patched a vulnerability in the Steam gaming platform that enabled account hijacking through its password reset mechanism.
Vulnerabilities in Stagefright, which processes media formats in Android, put 950 million devices at risk to remote attacks.
At Black Hat, researchers from OpenDNS are expected to launch a new Twitter feed called BGP Stream that will send out alerts on possible BGP and DNS hijacking attacks.