Clouldflare launches DNS-over-HTTPS service called 126.96.36.199 that it says will be a “privacy-first” DNS service for consumers.
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Drupal developers are urged to patch a bug that allows attackers to take over a site simply by visiting it.
Cisco releases 22 patches as part of its semiannual Cisco IOS and IOS XE software security advisory.
Facebook announced that in the coming weeks it will expand its bug bounty program as the company cracks down on data misuse by app developers.
Attackers, purportedly hailing from Korea, are stepping up their malware campaign with three new techniques ranging from abusing UAC and targeting Windows 10.
The Federal Trade Commission on Monday announced it is launching an investigation into Facebook’s data privacy practices
Mozilla is testing a method of securing DNS traffic via HTTPS, but is faced with some privacy resistance.
Drupal is giving developers ample time to prepare for an update that patches a “highly critical” flaw because exploits might be developed within hours or days of disclosure.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica scandal that has unfolded this past week, acknowledging that “we made mistakes” and vowing to step up to the plate when it comes to data security.
Politians are calling for legal ramifications for Facebook on the heels of the data privacy scandal that rocked the social media giant this week.