Microsoft introduced a new Tamper Protection feature meant to stop malware from changing Windows security settings.
A bug in the sudo utility may allow non-root users to gain administrative privileges if their user is configured in the sudoers file by using the user ID "-1" or "4294967295”.
Google announced that the latest model of its Titan Security Key, which features USB-C, will soon debut in the U.S.
Attackers abused a zero-day in Apple's update utility for iTunes and iCloud software for Windows to install the BitPaymer ransomware on enterprise computers.
Intel NUC devices are vulnerable to high severity flaws, as is Nvidia’s Shield TV streaming media player.
Twitter said phone numbers and email addresses used to secure accounts on its platform were "unintentionally used for advertising purposes."
Linksys is updating some of its mesh Wi-Fi routers with motion-sensing capabilities to power a home security system called Linksys Aware.
Cybersecurity experts at Kaspersky identified a string of malware that affects encrypted communication by modifying Chrome and Firefox install files.
The semiconductor industry is waking up to the fact that chips are becoming increasingly insecure as dies and insulation layers get thinner.
Kaspersky researchers easily uncovered hacking operations from Uzbekistan. The group, SandCat, is believed to be the SSS Uzebekistan intelligence agency.
German researchers said PDF files have two vulnerabilities, which they dubbed PDFex, that undermine the encryption used to secure their contents.
Intel's security team developed a proposal for SAPM, a new type of CPU memory that would prevent attacks like Metldown and Spectre but hurt performance.
The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Research Team and Cisco Talos revealed new fileless malware that can secretly infect Windows systems.
Microsoft updated BitLocker to encrypt all SSDs, even those that claim to encrypt themselves, so it can help Windows users remain secure.
A Financial Times report revealed that Google achieved quantum supremacy. Is it now time to panic about encryption being broken, or do we have nothing to worry about?