The open source HandBrake project is warning anyone who recently downloaded the Mac version of the software that they’re likely infected with malware.
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Google Project Zero researchers Tavis Ormandy and Natalie Silvanovich found a remotely exploitable Windows vulnerability that Ormandy called he worst in recent memory.
More than 200 Android mobile applications listen surreptitiously for ultrasonic beacons embedded in audio that are used to track users and serve them with targeted advertising.
The FBI says Business Email Compromise scams are growing at astronomical rates, and businesses have lost $5.3 billion since 2013; $346 million in the U.S. alone in the second half of 2016.
Cisco has uncovered a remote administration tool called Konni that it says has been used in attacks against government agencies and public organizations linked to North Korea.
Researchers said good social engineering and users’ trust in the convenience afforded by the OAUTH mechanism guaranteed Wednesday’s Google Docs phishing attacks would spread quickly.
Google has removed offending accounts involved in a widespread phishing attack today impersonating Google Docs.
NIST’s latest password guidelines focus less on length and complexity of secrets and more on other measures such as 2FA, throttling, and blacklists.
USB drives shipped with some IBM’s Storwize storage products are infected with malware, and the tech giant advises customers destroy the devices.
A new crawler from Shodan and Recorded Future called Malware Hunter seeks out command and control servers managing endpoints infected with remote access Trojans and other malware.