Cisco released patches for denial-of-service vulnerabilities in its IOS software used in networking gear such as routes and switches.
An email phishing scam uses a realistic-looking Apple login page in order to pilfer Apple ID usernames and passwords before moving on to steal user credit card information.
The federal government is looking for a way to relax the laws to make it simpler for law enforcement agents to target and compromise the computers of suspects involved in criminal cases.
ICS-CERT issued an advisory yesterday alerting users of Schneider Electric’s Serial Modbus Driver to the availability of a patch for a critical buffer overflow vulnerability.
The White House released a five-point plan that would end bulk collection of phone call metadata by the government as it exists today.
Researchers are in the midst of rolling out a secure new platform for building web applications that can protect confidential data from being stolen in the event that attackers gain full access to the servers.
The potency of distributed denial of service attacks has increased steadily but dramatically over the last 14 months.
The Google transparency report shows an increase in user requests from the government but a drop in compliance from the company.
Several bits of malware targeting Android mobile devices hijack the smartphone or tablet’s resources to mine digital currency such as Litecoin or Dogecoin.
When attackers broke into the network of the University of Maryland last month, the university’s wasn’t sure how to react. The organization had never had a major security incident before, and this one qualified as major: 310,000 Social Security numbers and other information was gone. And then three weeks later, it happened again. Wallace Loh,[...]