The results of an academic experiment reveal that recipients of Facebook messages are much more likely to click on suspicious links.
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Researchers have ported the EternalBlue exploit to Windows 10, meaning that any unpatched version of Windows can be affected by the NSA attack.
GoDaddy, along with researchers from RSA Security and other companies, shut down tens of thousands of illegal established subdomains tied to the RIG Exploit Kit.
Pandemic is a Windows implant built by the CIA that turns file servers into Patient Zero on a local network, infecting machines requesting files with Trojanized replacements.
A crowdfunding effort to buy a subscription to the ShadowBrokers’ Monthly Dump Service of stolen exploits and data was shut down citing legal and ethical concerns.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have found a number of programming errors in the WannaCry ransomware code that put file recovery within reach of sysadmins.
A high-severity vulnerability in sudo has been patched in a number of Linux distributions; the flaw allows local attackers to elevate privileges to root.
Google announced today new security features in Gmail, including the news that it will enhance early phishing detection in Gmail through dedicated machine learning.
Ecommerce sites using the Yopify plugin were leaking customers’ names, locations and purchases.
The ShadowBrokers announced details on how to subscribe to its Monthly Dump Service, which is available for 100 Zcash.