The personal details of 15 million T-Mobile customers have been stolen in a breach of a third-party credit company used to complete credit checks. The stolen data spans two years, from 2013 to 2015.
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A new report claims that a new set of vulnerabilities, dubbed Stagefright 2.0 in the Android OS may be affecting more than a billion users and every device is susceptible to malicious attacks.
Kmart Australia has suffered a data breach, resulting in the theft of customer data along with purchase details. The company has reached out to affected customers via email.
Security researchers plan to present findings on an easily-performed exploit of OS X's Gatekeeper software at the Virus Bulletin Conference in Prague, Czech Republic on Thursday.
The nonprofit foundation, backed by some heavy hitters in the security and mobility industries, opens shop with specific goals towards securing the Internet of Things for everyone
Despite the successful rollout of iOS 9 over the past week, it seems the platform has hit some turbulence with a new Siri related flaw allowing access to contacts & photos without the need for a PIN.
A new Facebook scam is in the wild, regarding the company's 'dislike button.' It promises an early access to the upcoming feature, and makes users open malicious links and share the scam further.
Systema Software host their solutions on Amazon Web Services, but due to a slight mistake, they accidentally posted over 1.5 million health records on a publicly available subdomain of their website.
An obscure bug in Google Chrome allows users to crash the web browser with only 16 characters. While probably not a security concern, it's something to be aware of on unscrupulous websites.
The U.S. and China are secretly negotiating what may be the world's first arms deal for cyberspace, establishing a formal ceasefire so that neither country can cripple the other during peacetime.
A malicious version of the Apple developer toolkit has been floating around in China. This has resulted in dozens of malicious apps making their way on to the App Store, bypassing Apple's reviewers.
A lock screen bypass vulnerability has been discovered in Android version 5.0-5.1.1. The bypass allows an attacker to gain full access to a locked device even when encrypted.
Microsoft has signed a landmark agreement with NATO to address the rising need of protection against cybersecurity threats for governments throughout the world.
The team that cracked over 11 million passwords from the Ashley Madison breach have revealed details about those passwords. Many of the typically bad passwords make an appearance on the top 10 list.
A cracking group who discovered a flaw in Ashley Madison code, have uncovered over 11 million passwords in 10 days. The group found that many passwords were hashed insecurely.
Microsoft confirmed reports that it has acquired cloud security company Adallom for $320 million, promising advanced protection for Microsoft clients against cybersecurity attacks.
A new vulnerability has been found in firmware used on three models of Seagate wireless hard drives. An undocumented user account can be easily accessed, opening the drive's file system.
Ashley Madison is a website that helps encourage the act of adultery, and for its illicitness, hackers took it down. But isn't infiltrating a system illegal as well?
Intrusive ads were found being inserted over webpages on AT&T's free Wi-Fi hotspot last week at Washington D.C.'s Dulles airport.
In a recent report by the Toronto police, two people associated with the user data leak of Ashley Madison have committed suicide. They also warn about a scam that claims to delete Ashley Madison data.
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After leaking the user data of infidelity website Ashley Madison, hackers have released another set of data, this time regarding internal company documents, and Avid Life Media's Noel Biderman.
Twins were used to test Windows Hello's accuracy. One twin was to register her face in the system, while the other tried to login as the former. Hello was able to tell twins apart, for its results.
Hackers release personal information, including names, address and desires, of users following last month's hack of the controversial married dating website.
Another security breach was found in Lenovo's computers. The company was found automatically reinstalling its own software even when a computer had been wiped clean on an installation of Windows.
Researchers have outlined a vulnerability in the way permissions for support apps are installed by most OEMs on their Android devices which can allow for total control of a device.
After Google committed to providing monthly security updates for Nexus devices, Samsung and LG have now said that they will do the same, releasing regular patches for their Android phones and tablets.
A malicious exploit hidden in an advertisement on a Russian site allowed access to Firefox users' files and could upload data to an external server; users are advised to upgrade to new version.
Microsoft has announced that it's raising the maximum payout for its bug bounty program from $50,000 to $100,000 and it is expanding the program too; the company hopes to attract more gray hats.
Google says "Android was built from day one with security in mind" - but there's clearly room for improvement, as the company has announced new monthly security updates for its Nexus devices.
Macs might seem like a safer alternative than PCs when it comes to digital attacks. But researchers have proven that's not actually the case when they created a firmware worm that infects Macs.
The vulnerability lets an attacker take control of any device running Android 2.2 onwards using multimedia content - but while Google has had a patch since April, 95% of devices remain unprotected.
In the most recent of its '10 reasons to upgrade' videos, Microsoft wants you to know that Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever, with advanced authentication techniques and stronger security.
Internet Explorer has often struggled with bugs and HP has just revealed four more, affecting only the mobile version of Internet Explorer and allowing remote execution of code on a device.
According to a security report, email spam has slowed down remarkably, reaching a rate even lower than that recorded over a decade ago. However, despite this, malware volume has reportedly spiked.
Windows 10 Mobile is doing away with the traditional timed lockout that users get when they enter their PIN wrong too many times, adding a challenge phrase to discourage thieves and devious friends.
Two seemingly legitimate Android games, which were up on the Play Store, were stealing users' Facebook credentials and using them to propagate through friends lists and automated scripts.
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Samsung, through its driver and software update program, disabled Windows Update on numerous machines to "help your configuration settings". The move likely left users more vulnerable and less secure.
Microsoft has announced that starting with the next Windows 10 Insider release, you will need to start pairing your Windows 10 preview release with your Microsoft Account.
After working 9 months to update their code and webpages in preparation, reddit has finally made the leap to become HTTPS-only, and will begin encrypting all traffic on June 29th.
LastPass has discovered suspicious activity on their network, which compromised emails, password reminders, and authentication hashes; all you need to do is take a few measures and you'll be fine.
The United States government is buying up zero-day and other types of digital exploits found in popular software. Their official stated goal is to use these in developing attack programs.
The Ask toolbar is undeniably one of the programs on the internet no one really wanted. In line with this, Microsoft has flagged the toolbar as malware, for its ability to alter a browser's settings.
Windows 10 build 10130 has received another round of patches on its road towards the Slow ring. This time it's all about security and bug fixes for "a few top issues reported in the build."
The largest federal employee union has claimed in an internal letter that Chinese hackers in last week's attack stole the Social Security numbers and info of every single federal employee.
A recently-discovered vulnerability in Apple's Macintosh computers allows hackers to dig deep into your computer undetected and rewrite how your machine works.
Chinese hackers have been blamed for an attack at the U.S. government's Office of Personnel Management which may have compromised the data of up to 4 million people in every federal agency.
In a long awaited move by Plex users, the media-streaming software provider has announced a partnership with DigiCert to provide free SSL streaming to all Plex Media Server users.