Sounds like it’s going to be a busy few days for R&D and PR departments at least two security companies. This weekend, vulnerability researchers have separately disclosed flaws in products
A man credited with helping to create the infamous Gozi banking malware has pled guilty in a US court. Deniss Calovskis, 30, of Latvia was arrested November 2012 and spent
Heimdal Security researchers have observed a new ransomware campaign that utilizes the Neutrino exploit kit to deliver Teslacrypt ransomware to victims via websites running older version of the WordPress CMS.
UNSW staff had to scramble to contain an embarrassing outbreak of undergraduate humour, after the university’s Facebook page was hacked on its annual open day. As the university prepared to showcase
Some new Flash refinements will make it use less battery power, too. While the Chrome browser is extremely popular, it has gained something of a reputation. What hippos are to
We’re used to seeing malware that exploits unpatched vulnerabilities in software. But in a new twist attackers are bundling an old version of remote access package TeamViewer with their malware
While working on some forthcoming research on cryptographic backdoors i came across an interesting asymmetric backdoor designed to subvert RSA key generation algorithms by Ryan Castellucci. The backdoor is particularly
Security experts constantly tell users not to reuse passwords on multiple accounts, but the message often falls on deaf ears. Now, officials at Mozilla are finding that advanced users don’t always