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?
An update to Google Chrome damaged the file systems of macOS devices not running the System Integrity Protection security tool.
Facebook agreed to buy CTRL-labs, a New York startup working on mind reading technology that allows people to control computer interfaces with their thoughts.
Microsoft patched an Internet Explorer security vulnerability that enabled remote code execution on several versions of Windows.
Microsoft patched a flaw in Windows Defender that resulted in certain malware scans failing after checking just a few files.
IBM announced the largest commercially available quantum computer with 53 qubits. It features a new quantum processor design and smaller electronic components.
AdGuard revealed that two of the most popular ad blocking extensions on the Chrome Web Store are fake.
LastPass fixes the latest security flaw discovered by Google Project Zero's Tavis Ormandy, the same security researcher that has uncovered multiple security bugs in LastPass Manager in the past.
Zscaler said that InnfiRAT targets cryptocurrency wallets in addition to stealing browser information, taking screenshots of emails, and more.
Intel's NEC Facial Recognition and Core i5 processors will power facial recognition tools at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Security researchers found a Microsoft phishing campaign that prevented automated scanners from identifying it as such bu using CAPTCHA.
Intel's server-grade processors suffer from a vulnerability dubbed NetCAT, due to issues with technologies primarily found in DDIO and RDMA.