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It has added the technique of using malicious XML files as its delivery method.
A Threatpost poll found that 52 percent don't feel prepared to prevent a mobile security incident from happening. The results reflect a challenging mobile security landscape.
The dating site said users' names and email addresses that were added to the system prior to May 2018 may be impacted.
Google Play said that app suspensions increased by 66 percent in 2018 on its platform.
The flaw is only one of many romance-related security issues as bad actors take advantage of Valentine's Day.
Researchers have identified multiple security issues with this Lenovo smartwatch.
Banking trojans, led by the ever-changing Emotet, dominated the email-borne threat landscape in Q4, according to Proofpoint.
The issue affects default installations of Ubuntu Server and Desktop and is likely included in many Ubuntu-like Linux distributions.
There are no permission dialogues for apps in certain folders for macOS Mojave, which allows a malicious app to spy on browsing histories..
The affected SICAM 230 process control system is used as an integrated energy system for utility companies, and as a monitoring system for smart-grid applications.
Dunkin' Donuts' loyalty program was hit with a credential stuffing attack that targeted names, email addresses, 16-digit DD Perks account numbers and DD Perks QR codes.
In its February Patch Tuesday bulletin Microsoft patches four public bugs and one that under active attack.
Users of the popular plugin, Simple Social Buttons, are encouraged to update to version 2.0.22.
"Every file server is lost, every backup server is lost.”
A fundamental component of container technologies like Docker, cri-o, containerd and Kubernetes contains an important vulnerability that could cause cascading attacks.
Hackers up to 100 meters away could take over Xiaomi M365 scooters to brake or accelerate them.
Overall, Adobe patched 75 important and critical vulnerabilities - including a flaw that could allow bad actors to steal victims’ hashed password values.
From spyware to leaky apps, mobile devices are facing a heightened level of threats. Are we prepared to secure them?
Wyden and Rubio are eyeing VPN services they say could be instruments of espionage for Russia and China.
The zero-day flaw in Adobe Reader DC could allow bad actors to steal victims’ NTLM hashes.