Researchers warn commodity Android spyware called Exaspy is being used to target high-profile executives.
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Vulnerabilities in WeMo home automation devices can be used to attack the Android apps used to manage devices remotely.
Cisco Talos identified the Sundown exploit kit as an up-and-coming contender that may soon rival RIG in terms of size and volume.
Researchers have found a phony Flash Player download for Android that installs banking malware and steals banking credentials.
In a move to bolster security for the Chrome browser, Google sets a date for making Certificate Transparency mandatory for website owners.
Apple addressed vulnerabilities in iTunes and iCloud for Windows, and Xcode Server on Thursday.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including the storylines around last week’s Dyn DDoS attack, Keen Team winning big again at Pwn2Own, and a fake Windows installer.
Hackers with Keen Team identified vulnerabilities in iOS 10.1 and Android Nougat at Mobile Pwn2Own this week.
Apple on Monday rolled out dozens of patches including ones for its recently released Sierra operating system, OS X, iOS 10.1, watchOS, and Apple TV’s tvOS, along with fixes for Safari.
In a lawsuit against short seller Muddy Waters and security firm MedSec, plaintiff St. Jude Medical faces fresh claims that its heart devices are vulnerable to hacks.