Experts say the devil is in the details when it comes to complying with the swath of new privacy and cybersecurity laws enforced by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
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A new malicious campaign has compromised more than 40,000 machines globally to monetize via traffic hijacking and cryptomining.
Researchers said they now believe the malware has infected twice the number of router brands than previously stated and that the malware packs a much deadlier punch.
A glitch in Auth0 could allow attackers to spoof a legitimate website and collect sensitive information from visitors.
An unspecified “private” server was found with the account data of users who signed up for the service, in the largest breach since Equifax last year.
An analysis of 10,000 mobile apps has found that a significant portion of them are open to web API hijacking – thanks to inconsistencies between app and server logic in web APIs.
More than 115,000 sites are still vulnerable to a highly critical Drupal bug – even though a patch was released three months ago.
Social media data privacy controls were the top security topic at Apple’s WWDC on Monday.
It’s a cautionary tale for those coding the complex algorithms that go into automated mitigation.