In Firefox 70, Mozilla has added the ability to block trackers from Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, as well as other new privacy enhancements.
The FTC action against a developer of "stalking" apps emphasized that installing an app that hid its presence on the device and didn't notify the user what it was doing was against the law.
Microsoft's Secured-core PC initiative is a partnership with OEM partners (including HP and Dell), silicon vendors (such as Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm) to provide deeply integrated hardware, firmware and software that can withstand firmware-based attacks.
Investigations by the NSA and Uk's NCSC found that the Russian Turla attack group was using compromised C2 infrastructure and tools belonging to an Iranian APT group in several operations.
James Plouffe, a former technical adviser for Mr. Robot, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about the show's cultural legacy.
Flashpoint analysts look at Dark Web marketplaces and see that prices have not changed all that much in two years.
Sen. Ron Wyden has introduced a new privacy measure that would allow the FTC to assess huge fines for corporations that misuse consumer data--and mean jail time for executives who lie about their companies' policies.
Arm is bringing custom instructions to its Cortex-M processors. The overall security of these processors will depend on how these instructions are actually implemented.
A flaw in the way Go handles some invalid HTTP headers could allow an attacker to authenticate as any user on a Kubernetes server in some instances.
Kenneth White of MongoDB joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the challenges of encryption implementations in modern enterprise networks.
Some of the biggest names in security have banded together for a new industry initiative to make it easier for different security technologies to work together.
The Lazarus APT group has developed another macOS backdoor that has been delivered through a fake cryptocurrency trading app.
A data breach disclosed in August by Imperva came from an AWS API key stolen from a compromised internal compute instance in 2017.
CCPA becomes law on Jan. 1. The California Department of Justice has released draft rules on how businesses should make sure they don't violate the new data privacy law.
The FIN7 group has begun deploying new tools, including a module that specifically targets a remote administration tool for payment card systems.