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Google's April Android Security update fixed 12 Android-specific vulnerabilities including three critical remote code execution flaws.
White hat hacker reverse engineers financial apps and finds a treasure trove of security issues.
Researchers have seen March Madness-related phishing scams, fake domains and adware spike as cybercriminals take a pass at tournament viewers.
Google said in 2018 it tracked a rise in the number of potentially harmful apps found on Android devices that were either pre-installed or delivered via over-the-air updates.
As Game of Thrones' eighth season gets ready to kick off, a new report says the popular TV show accounted for 17 percent of all infected pirated content in the last year.
Google Play has removed 25 malicious apps that were downloading spyware, dubbed Exodus, onto victims' phones.
As to how the breach happened, the company is so far keeping details tightly rolled up.
Researchers at Black Hat Asia said that Intel VISA, an undocumented testing tool, can be abused using previously-disclosed vulnerabilities.
Users of the conferencing platform should update immediately.
Magento patched 37 flaws Thursday, including a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability that could have let an attacker take over a site.
An exploit would allow an attacker to establish a persistent backdoor for ongoing remote access.
A critical Rockwell Automation flaw could be exploited to manipulate an industrial drive’s physical process and or even stop it.
MacOS users, as well as Windows, are in the cross-hairs, especially those based in South Korea.
Video game digital distribution platform GOG Galaxy Games has patched two critical privilege escalation flaws that could allow arbitrary code execution.
The networking giant issued 27 patches impacting a wide range of its products running the ISO XE software.
The FTC is ordering seven companies - including AT&T, T-Mobile, Comcast and more - to outline what data they collect, what they use the data for, and how transparent they're being with consumers.
According to a report, Grindr's Chinese owners are selling the platform after concerns were raised about user data handling.
Versions of GeForce Experience for Windows before 3.18 are open to a bug that can allow denial of service and remote code execution.
With new attacks on the Israeli military and social-work educators, exploitation of the 19-year-old flaw shows no signs of slowing down.
Researchers are still looking for answers when it comes to LockerGoga's initial infection method - and what the attackers behind the ransomware really want.