Researchers have cobbled together a decryption tool for victims of the Petya ransomware, allowing most users to generate keys in less than 10 seconds.
Security and privacy advocates, along with IT business leaders, slam the Burr-Feinstein bill as misguided and detrimental to encryption.
A number of publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in Moxa networking gear won’t be patched until August, if at all, according to ICS-CERT.
WordPress announced that all custom domains hosted on WordPress.com will have HTTPS turned on for free.
Juniper Networks hopes to remove any clouds of uncertainty that its networking gear might still have a backdoor that could allow governments or hackers to snoop on traffic running through its hardware.
Google enhanced the way it displays Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators this week, adding information about sites circulating malware and carrying out social engineering attacks.
Exploits for an Adobe Flash Player zero day vulnerability have been folded into two exploit kits that are distributing ransomware to infected machines.
Researchers discovered a Mac OS X variant of the Windows-based Pirrit adware that creates a proxy server on infected Mac computers and injects ads into webpages.
At Infiltrate Conference, the DOD explained more about the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty program and how government attitudes about hackers are shifting.
FBI owns up to state-sponsored hackers, known as APT6, who have infiltrated government systems for years pilfering sensitive data.