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As China president Xi Jinping visits the U.S., a new report surfaces tying cyberespionage activities against U.S. interests in the South China Sea to China’s PLA Unit 78020.
It turns out roughly 5.6 million individuals may have had their fingerprints stolen as part of this year’s mammoth Office of Personnel Management breach – a figure five times what the agency initially announced back in June.
A researcher at Bromium is expected at DerbyCon to disclose a memory corruption mitigation bypass of Microsoft Control Flow Guard.
With many government departments still reeling when it comes to security, several federal CISOs brought up a handful of new ideas at last week’s Billington Cybersecurity Summit in Washington, D.C to combat future hacks.
Exploit vendor Zerodium will host a month-long million-dollar bug bounty focused on Apple iOS 9.
A panel discussion at the Security of Things Forum debated the need for regulation to ensure the security and privacy of connected devices.
Car hacker Chris Valasek said at the Security of Things Forum that researchers looking at connected and embedded device security cannot ignore low-impact vulnerabilities.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have revealed that the Turla APT gang is using satellite-based Internet links to hide command-and-control activities.
HP, a longtime sponsor of the Pwn2Own hacking contests, has decided it will not participate in November’s Mobile Pwn2Own event in Japan because of concerns over the country’s implementation of the Wassenaar Arrangement rules.