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Cisco Talos identified the Sundown exploit kit as an up-and-coming contender that may soon rival RIG in terms of size and volume.
Google announced Monday that it will distrust certificates issued by WoSign and StartCom when in it ships Chrome 56 in January 2017.
A variant of the Nymaim dropper has surfaced, and it includes new delivery methods, obfuscation techniques, and the use of PowerShell to download payloads.
In a move to bolster security for the Chrome browser, Google sets a date for making Certificate Transparency mandatory for website owners.
Microsoft announced it has extended a feature in Office 2016 that protects against malicious macros to Office 2013.
Martin Thomson, a Principle Engineer at Mozilla confirmed TLS 1.3 will be turned on by default in Firefox 52.
Microsoft malware researchers say Locky ransomware authors are changing tactics again to evade detection.
Legal scholars say the government is testing the limits of the Fifth Amendment in a landmark search warrant case.
An audit of open source file and disk encryption software VeraCrypt wrapped up and a number of critical vulnerabilities uncovered in the assessment were patched.