Eclypsium reveals a new BootHole vulernability as part of a coordinated disclosure with OS vendors and computer manufacturers.
AMD has disclosed a new vulnerability that affects the chipmaker's APUs launched between 2016 and 2019.
Researchers changed the clock rates on an AMD Radeon GPU to transmit data via radio waves to steal data.
A public database exposed the information of 200 million Americans, and nobody knows who owns the database.
Microsoft published a blog post explaining how it's defending Windows users against coronavirus-related cyber attacks.
Microsoft announced that it will support Windows 10 version 1709, the Fall Creators Update, until October 13 because of COVID-19.
Researchers have discovered thousands of malicious websites taking advantage of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Health and Human Services Department suffered an hours-long cyberattack that might have led to false quarantine messages.
Malware distributors are reportedly using a live Coronavirus infection tracker to attack unwitting web browsers.
The EU needs its own operating system for independence and cybersecurity, Finnish minister Katri Kulmuni said.
A security vulnerability called Kr00k can be exploited to reveal the Wi-Fi traffic of devices using chips from Broadcom and Cypress.
Intel released a report claiming it found almost two-thirds of related security bugs discovered in 2019, with most of the remaining found through its bug bounty program.
Kaspersky Labs blamed Microsoft for the latest Windows 10 update breaking features on users' systems, after Microsoft revoked vulnerable UEFI signatures and forgot to tell Kaspersky about it.