Versions older than 6.23 have a flaw that state-backed actors are exploiting
Malvertising attack uses ASCII character in domain name
It will prompt you to scan unknown apps before installing
Are the Chinese government and its spies the greatest threats to innovation?
A security flaw with a "perfect" CVSS score and no patch in sight
Amazon, Microsoft, and others also got in on the action
Yet another traditional Windows technology will soon bite the dust, because reasons
They seemed like a good deal at the time
Common misconfigurations provide cyber-criminals with easy access and exploitability opportunities
WTF?! A new report from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is highlighting how American diplomacy (still) doesn't know the meaning of "cyber-security practices." The State Department has a proper cybersecurity risk management program, but it's just on paper.
A malicious campaign targeting the biggest telecommunications manufacturer on Earth
Manufacturing plants and the entire network of the carmaker seem to be affected
Google and GPU vendors don't see a need to respond
LibreOffice's latest version fixes a security bug that affects all applications that use the libwebp library, which is used to decode WebP graphics format in most browsers.
The claims remain unverified
The country's government previously acknowledged the 'existential' risk of AI
You'll need a UV light to see it
Boosting security in an AI-powered world
Actual details about the security incident are undisclosed at this moment
Matveev doesn't consider himself to be a hacker, though
UK Online Safety Bill set to become law, forcing social media companies to remove illegal and legal but harmful content
The bill could potentially impact users worldwide
Support for MS Edge on Windows 7 and 8 came to an end in January, however Microsoft have released a bug fix version for Win 7, 8, and 8.1 (and Server 2012 R2) to address a flaw that's being exploited in the wild.
Basic cloud security practices were lacking
Facepalm: Training generative AI models requires coordination and cooperation among many developers, and additional security checks should be in place. Microsoft is clearly lacking in this regard, as the corporation has put vast amounts of data at risk for years.
Even the unsupported Surface Book 2 is getting the all-important September patches
Apple has reportedly warned many Russian journalists about Pegasus infection on their iPhone