Hackers with Keen Team identified vulnerabilities in iOS 10.1 and Android Nougat at Mobile Pwn2Own this week.
The US regulatory agency will require broadband providers to get the approval of customers before sharing their sensitive information.
Ryan Collins, 36, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to prison on Wednesday for hacking into over 100 online accounts, including many belonging to celebrities. Private pictures and videos stolen from these accounts were later leaked online in what became known as “The Fappening” or “Celebgate.”
Two senators are also calling on the government for new policies to ensure the discovery, review, and sharing of security vulnerabilities.
Attackers can leverage a design weakness in all versions of Windows to carry out code injection attacks that bypass detection by security software.
To make matters worse, there is no fix.
US airports may soon have AI-powered body scanners, from a firm backed by Bill Gates, which don't do a virtual strip search.
Office 2013 can now also put a stop to users opening documents containing nasty VBA macros.
A threat group believed to be located in Palestine has been targeting users in Palestine and other Middle Eastern countries in a series of unsophisticated attacks whose main goal appears to be espionage.
A researcher has demonstrated a way for attackers to hijack drones in the air without damaging them.
These might be the stuff of nightmares.
Chris Inglis, former deputy director of the NSA, warns that connected systems mean malicious insiders can now do damage more quickly and more easily than ever.
TIFF image files can pave the way for attackers to remotely control your PC.