A privilege escalation attack that is the combination of known issues and weaknesses with Microsoft Exchange will let users become Domain Administrators. No compromised credentials required.
The Net is a classic '90s movie that gets a lot of technology right and predicts much of what's happened since.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said using biometrics on mobile devices could help weed out some of the bots on the platform.
A vulnerability in the APT package manager in Debian and Ubuntu allows an attacker to install malicious packages in some circumstances.
GDPR told companies that regulators would be reviewing their data collection and usage practices, and if they don't like what they find, the fines are coming. France is taking the first step against Google.
A new bill by Sen. Marco Rubio and a push for regulation of data brokers by Apple's Tim Cook has put privacy up front during the government shutdown.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s civil complaint outlining the details of an international insider trading scheme is an object lesson in how cybercriminals can monetize _any_ information, not just customer records or intellectual property.
Dennis Fisher talks with Nate Cardozo of the EFF about the UK's proposal to add an invisible third party to encrypted communications.
Magecart Group 12 was able to compromise a French online advertising provider to spread a skimmer to hundreds of victim sites.
Several SCP clients, including OpenSSH, are vulnerable to a set of bugs that can allow an attacker to download arbitrary files.
Tenable Security researchers have found a series of flaws in the PremiSys access management system that can allow admin access to the application.
Researchers have been tracking a group using the Emotet and TrickBot malware to install the Ryuk ransomware in enterprises.
Dennis Fisher talks with Stefan Tanase about the creeping problem of Internet Balkanization.
The USB Type-C Authentication Program will attempt to address the very real dangers of USB-based attacks, such as USB devices loaded with malicious payloads to compromise the host system and counterfeit cables that can deliver too much (or too little!) power and damage the system.
Yubico is bringing hardware-based 2FA to mobile devices with two new security keys, including one that has NFC support.