Privacy watchdogs are blasting Rule 41, a proposed change to the federal criminal procedures, saying it would allow the government to hack into phones and seize computers remotely.
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Slack fixes a security loophole that opened hundreds of corporate Slack accounts to the public.
Five Chrome bug bounty hunters split $14,000 in rewards as Google patches nine security flaws in its browser, four are labeled “high”.
Pro-ISIS hackers promote violence and are making strides with new tools, tactics and procedures, establishing themselves as a growing threat.
The black market for malicious Android software is heating up thanks to a rise in popularity of overlay malware.
Security experts estimate 12 million users have been enticed to download software from the French firm Tuto4PC whose programs and silently install backdoors on PCs.
Mozilla released Firefox 46, which includes patches for one critical and four high-severity vulnerabilities, all of which can lead to remote code execution.
Microsoft disclosed details on the Platinum APT group and its arsenal of backdoors, keyloggers and its abuse of Windows hotpatching to load malicious code on compromised computers.
A group posing as the Armada Collective is threatening businesses with large-scale DDoS attacks without carrying out the attacks. So far, they’ve been paid more than $100,000.
Drive-by exploits install ransomware on outdated Android devices using a stolen Hacking Team exploit and the first weaponized Towelroot attack.