A newly discovered version of the Echobot malware, which is tied to the Mirai botnet, contains eight new exploits and targets enterprise applications as well as consumer devices.
This is the single most important stat in venture capitalist Mary Meeker’s massive Internet Trends report: 87 percent of Web traffic is now encrypted. Oh, and use of secure messaging apps are on the rise.
Akamai's State of the Internet security report shows that SQL injection attacks make up more than two-thirds of application layer attacks against organizations.
No matter what the security zealots say, the password will never fully die. The latest version of Windows 10 is getting closer to the passwordless ideal.
Adam O'Donnell, a longtime security engineer, startup founder, and member of the Cult of the Dead Cow, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about the group, its influence, and his career in security.
A BGP route leak by a hosting company affected traffic from several European mobile carriers this week.
A new botnet is scanning the internet and brute-forcing Remote Desktop Protocol connections to compile a list of vulnerable hosts, usernames, and passwords.
The Exim MTA used in many Linux distributions contains a vulnerability that is trivially exploitable locally and can be exploited remotely in some cases.
Sign in with Apple is coming in iOS 13, and the company will allow users to share unique, disposable email addresses with apps to help prevent data collection.
The United States NSA urging enterprises and individuals to install the update addressing the BlueKeep vulnerability on Windows systems as soon as possible.
In his new book on the Cult of the Dead Cow hacking group, Joseph Menn describes the environment that led to the cDc's creation and why the group remains so influential after more than 35 years.
In macOS Mojave, a problem in the way the OS performs application validation could let an attacker run a modified version of a trusted app, bypassing local security mechanisms.
Google is planning to enable confidential mode by default for enterprise G Suite customers in June.
New York’s lawmakers are on the brink of passing a data security law that will give New Yorkers more information about how their data is being used and when it has been compromised.
Joseph Menn, author of a new book on the Cult of the Dead Cow hacking group, joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the group, its influence, and why he thinks the cDc has survived so long.