SWIFT reminds banks of their responsibility in securing their access to the financial network, and creates a centralized information sharing resources for users.
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The Angler Exploit Kit is exploiting the latest Flash zero day and is moving Dridex banking malware. The Magnitude and Neutrino exploit kits have also integrated the 0day.
Facebook paid researcher Arne Swinnen a $5,000 bounty for a pair of authentication vulnerabilities in Instagram that enabled brute-force attacks against usernames and passwords.
Google Allo has an end-to-end encryption capability powered by Signal, but it’s not turned on by default because it would interfere with an artificial intelligence powering Google Assistant.
The criminals behind the TeslaCrypt ransomware have closed up shop and publicly released the master decryption key that unlocks files encrypted by the malware.
Two University of Texas academics have made what some experts believe is a breakthrough in random number generation that could have longstanding implications for cryptography and computer security.
Pen-tester Chris Nickerson will, in his Source Boston keynote, explain simple defensive approaches that can thwart the best red-teamers and advanced attackers alike.
Google has announced that hacker-favorite Adobe Flash Player will no longer, as of Q4, be the default in Chrome. Instead, Chrome will default to HTML5.
Yahoo is forcing a password reset on Tumblr accounts after a cache of email addresses and salted and hashed passwords from 2013 were discovered in the wild.
The latest Petya ransomware attacks come with a twist; if Petya is not granted privileges to encrypt the Master File Table, it instead installs Mischa ransomware.