Google updated Chrome on Tuesday, fixing three high severity bugs in the process.
21st Century Oncology is warning 2.2 million of its current and former patients of a breach where social security numbers and health data were swiped.
Microsoft released 13 security bulletins, five of which it rated critical, including separate advisories patching two dozen flaws in IE and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Adobe patched its Acrobat, Reader and Digital Editions products today, and said a Flash Player update is due in the “coming days.”
Researcher earns $15,000 bounty from Facebook for discovering massive password security hole exposing 1.1 billion accounts to a possible account takeover.
The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) announced it is planning to patch versions of its DHCP to mitigate a denial of service vulnerability.
Amazon reversed course on a decision to remove device-level encryption from its Fire OS 5 tablets and said the feature will return this spring.
Apple’s head of software engineering cautions that the FBI wants to turn back the clock on iPhone security, while the San Bernardino DA says a cyber pathogen may be dormant on shooter Syed Farook’s phone.
Google has patched another critical Android vulnerability in Mediaserver, which has received a barrage of patches since the Stagefright flaw was discovered last summer.
Apple has yet to patch a series of bypass vulnerabilities in iOS that could let an attacker sidestep the passcode authorization screen on iPhones and iPads.