Kaspersky uncovered a new advanced persistent threat group, Dark Universe, that had been operating in the dark for eight years.
Nvidia released patches for 12 new security bugs found in the company's GPU display driver and its GeForce Experience software.
A new variant of MegaCortex ransomware now locks users out of their Windows accounts and threatens to make their stolen files in public.
Researchers have developed a technique that could allow attackers to hack voice assistants and other devices with MEMS microphones via laser beams.
Scammers are reportedly using a bug in Firefox to convince Windows users their system will be deactivated.
Attackers have started exploiting the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability in the wild, according to security researchers.
The China-linked APT41 group has reportedly stolen text messages and call records from political and military leaders of western countries with a new malware called MessageTap.
Microsoft's Threat Experts managed threat hunting service is now available to all Microsoft Defender ATP customers.
Avast detected an intrusion into its own network on September 23. The company believes that the attacker attempted to compromise its CCleaner PC utility.
Some of NordVPN servers' TLS keys leaked in a data breach suffered by the VPN company's unnamed hosting provider.
Security researchers said that Amazon and Google have failed to address vulnerabilities in Alexa and Google Home devices.
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.
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