Cisco and the open-source IDS Snort are both vulnerable to malware under specific configurations.
The United States and Canada issued a joint advisory on the threat posed by crypto-ransomware.
Researchers found a vulnerability in the classic compression standard Lhasa, once a mainstay for game developers in the mid-90s and still in use today.
Reddit has removed a warrant canary from its latest transparency report, indicating it has received its first National Security Letter.
The week in news is recapped, including how the FBI cracked that iPhone, ransomware hitting hospitals, and the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty trial program.
The FBI has refused to comply with a judge’s request to describe how it was able to compromise Tor and trigger a wave of child pornography investigations last year.
Ransomware dubbed KimcilWare is targeting websites running the e-commerce platform Magento and encrypting website files.
The Department of Defense announced that registration for its Hack the Pentagon bug bounty trial program is open, and that the program will be run on the HackerOne platform.
The federal government has invoked the All Writs Act at least 63 times since 2008 in attempts force Apple and Google to unlock phones.
Check Point has discovered a weakness that allows hackers to use phishing to carry out man-in-the-middle attacks between iOS devices and mobile device management tools and allow an attacker to push malicious apps to devices.