Microsoft released important fixes and updates for Windows 10, but the company also addressed security flaws in older versions of its operating system. This included six issues, deemed 'Critical'.
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SpiderOak wants to bring privacy and security to team collaboration projects. The software - currently under development - is called 'Semaphor' and offers encrypted collaboration sessions.
In a blog post today, Google has outlined a couple of small, but noticeable, changes aimed at providing better security feedback for users of their Gmail web clients.
More than 22,000 FBI and 9000 Homeland Security employees have had personal information leaked online today, after a hacker or group of hackers got access to the Department of Justice's intranet.
In a happy surprise, Google appears to once more be offering users 2GB of free online storage if they complete a simple security check in a promotion coinciding with Safer Internet Day.
Comodo is under fire from Google's Tavis Ormandy after a serious hole was found in the Chromodo browser, leaving users at substantial risk. The security firm has still not deployed a reliable fix.
In an effort to lessen fake content on the internet, Google has announced that it will start warning users if they stumble upon websites that try to steal information through deceptive downloads.
Although the LG G3 was released a few years ago, a new vulnerability has been discovered. Luckily, LG has patched it already and encourages those with the device to update.
Microsoft's new Edge browser has a privacy mode that's not as private as it seems. By doing some digging, users' complete browsing history could potentially be vulnerable to attackers.
AV-Test Institute's latest findings show that Microsoft has significantly advanced its stock anti-malware offering. And surprisingly, Windows Defender protects better on Windows 8 than Windows 10.
As data and information management becomes a critical part of any organization's functions, market research firm Gartner says 90 percent of organizations will have a Chief Data Officer by 2019.
Researchers discovered a number of smart home devices that leaked user data, including Nest's learning thermostat and a security camera that broadcasted completely non-encrypted video streams.
Splashdata's top 25 passwords used for the year of 2015 are out, and it appears that mankind still can't be bothered to offer any creativity to stave off potential hackers.
A zero-day exploit was found in the Linux kernel, which leaves hundreds of millions vulnerable to attack. Android users are most vulnerable due to lack of security patches and outdated OS versions.
Password Manager, bundled with the company's consumer suite for Windows, was found by Google to expose passwords and allow remote code execution via open HTTP RPC ports.
Microsoft released a bunch of critical and important security patches through last night's KB3124266, a cumulative update for Windows 10, that's available now through Windows Update.
While attempting to play Diablo III, a student has discovered a bug in NVIDIA video cards. The GPU refuses to erase the old memory from an old app, exposing what could be private information.
A phishing campaign has been discovered by the Comodo Group that is designed to mislead potential WhatsApp users into installing a trojan horse that can allow attackers to steal personal information.
The US administration's representatives are trying to get tech companies, like Microsoft, Apple and Twitter to go along with plans to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups that have a presence online.
Named 'Presence', the new camera adds a new level of sophistication to home security by using a combination of technologies to distinguish specific objects to go beyond mere motion detection.
According to a database run by the U.S. government, the number of disclosed and fixed vulnerabilities by product was led by OS X, iOS and Flash, with Android at #20 and Windows at #14.
BlackBerry has said that it will continue to operate in Pakistan, after discussions led to the government dropping its demands for "unfettered access" to the company's email and messaging servers.
As part of improving security for the users of its Outlook.com email service, Microsoft has announced that it will now warn users if a government is trying to hack into their account.
Valve has officially confirmed that Steam was successfully taken offline this holiday, due to a Distributed Denial of Service attack. This lead to the caching errors that displayed personal data.
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Online gaming service Steam went down earlier today, following threats from a hacking collective known as SkidNP. Gamers fear a DDoS attack is behind the outage as more people begin to report issues.
Hyatt Hotels has announced the presence of malware on computers which operate the hotel chain's payment processing systems, and warned customers to monitor their financial statements closely.
Microsoft has announced a new policy regarding adware to protect users from man-in-the-middle attacks, and developers will need to ensure that their software is compliant before March 31, 2016.
Recently, it was discovered that Home Hub 1000 and 2000 series routers supplied by Bell Canada were susceptible to attack via its Wi-Fi interfaces due to a flaw involving WPS.
Security researchers have discovered a way to bypass login screen security on various Linux distributions. The bypass allows access to a shell which would allow an attacker to maliciously modify a PC.
GCHQ has released one of its projects on Github in a bid to improve community relations and entice developers into getting involved with the agency and possibly joining it.
Police in the UK have arrested a 21-year-old man in relation to the November hack of toy maker VTech. The hacker was able to obtain access to the records of over 11 million people, many being minors.
Following the San Bernardino shooting earlier this month, The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will soon look at the social media history of those applying for a visa to enter the United States.
Just days before Google's CEO is due to touch down in India to discuss Project Loon with PM Modi, various government bodies in the country have raised concerns about the project on security grounds.
After Facebook's implementation earlier this year, Twitter has begun notifying users who have potentially been the target of state-sponsored attacks against their accounts.
The OPM data breach impacted over 22 million federal employees. The US government is attempting to notify everyone who was impacted, but can't seem to locate over 1.5 million people.
The ISIS-affiliated Islamic Cyber Army has hit back in force against the "ISIS day of trolling" declared by Anonymous members, releasing personal info on numerous U.S. and French military officials.
A security breach has exposed sensitive credit card information belonging to the customers of 16 companies across the world, including numerous airlines, the CN Tower, and the San Diego Zoo.
An ex-executive of global finance and investment company Western Asset has been charged with illegally accessing his previous employer's email 100 times after leaving the company.
The latest batch of security patches is now out from Microsoft and a number of them address critical vulnerabilities. As such we recommend you upgrade as soon as possible to keep your machine safe.
Microsoft has recently updated its Certificate Trust List after private keys belonging to a digital certificate for its Xbox Live domain had been disclosed.
Microsoft today rolled out another cumulative update to Windows 10 on PCs, bringing the build number to 10586.29 - the same as the new mobile build - and patching some security issues.
Microsoft has announced the availability of its System Center Configuration Manager version 1511. The software includes several improvements and is optimized for Windows 10.
Alphabet is bringing an important security tool to Android: Safe Browsing. Coming from desktop to mobile, Safe browsing will keep Chrome users safe from known malicious websites.
Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba have been found to be shipping vulnerable bundleware on their PCs. The software would allow attackers to execute code and commands with system level permissions.
Thought you'd seen it all? This team of enterprising hackers who not only spread ransomware but also run a 'referral' program encouraging victims to further spread the malware might surprise you.
Microsoft leads EST, FBI, Interpol and Homeland Security to victory in taking down the million strong Win32/Dorkbot. Over the last six months the malware had been infecting over 100,000 PCs a month.
Following the recent hack involving VTech, it has been uncovered that the hacker was also able to obtain the headshots and chat logs of parents and children involved.
BlackBerry says it has "no choice but to exit [Pakistan] entirely" after the government demanded "unfettered access" to its servers, to allow it to read every email and BBM message sent there.