Some Twitter users are being warned that their accounts may be involved in state-sponsored hacks.
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Zscaler has uncovered new Spy Banker campaigns moving over Facebook where the banking malware is hosted on a Google Cloud Server.
An unusual DDoS amplification attack was carried out 10 days ago against many of the Internet’s 13 root name servers, the authoritative servers used to resolve IP addresses.
Google joined the Patch Tuesday parade with a Chrome update that patches seven vulnerabilities in the browser. It also announced it was extending Safe Browsing protection to Chrome for Android.
Adobe’s monthly Flash Player update patches 79 code execution vulnerabilities, including 56 use-after-free flaws.
Experts believe that the success tied to a recent spate of DDoS for hire groups may be because many are copycat collectives operating with a shorter lifespan.
The Let’s Encrypt initiative reached yet another milestone this week when it entered public beta, a step that it claims will help make it easier for website owners to embrace HTTPS encryption.
The OpenSSL Software Foundation patched four vulnerabilities on Thursday, likely the last time that two older versions of the software library will receive updates.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab release an update on the Sofacy gang, also known as APT28, explaining a set of new malware implants, backdoors and zero days at the group’s disposal.
Adobe’s announcement that it has retooled—and renamed—Flash is a longterm signal that the vulnerable and fatigued platform is on its last legs.