Exim developers announced that they've released a patch for a dangerous security flaw in their email server software that impacts millions of email servers.
Fortinet and Pulse Security customers that haven't updated their VPN servers are now at risk of being targeted by APT5.
Researcher finds an unprotected server with leaked Facebook user data affecting more than five times as many people as the Cambridge Analytica data leak did.
Brave said it learned how Google works around GDPR to help its advertising partners identify European web users.
Huawei claimed the U.S. government has launched cyberattacks against it, attempted to entrap its employees and otherwise sought to disrupt its business.
Eclypsium researchers uncover new ways to remotely attack Supermicro's servers in "USBAnywhere" security vulnerability.
Avast revealed that it disrupted the Retadup botnet that had taken over 850,000 systems to mine cryptocurrency for its operators.
Dutch regulators asked their Irish counterparts to investigate 'new, potentially unlawful, instances of personal data processing' in Windows 10.
The U.S. government may block the 8,000-mile long cable built by Google and Facebook between Los Angeles and Hong Kong over national security fears.
Pen Test Partners security researchers found an eight-year old bug in Lenovo laptops that Lenovo then reportedly attempted to hide.
Multiple Linux Foundation members committed to promote the use of secure enclaves via the newly formed Confidential Computing Consortium.
CITL examined 6,000 firmware images totaling nearly 3 billion binaries released between 2003 and 2018 and found little improvement from most vendors.
Google's Tavis Ormandy found an almost 20-year-old design flaw in the undocumented Windows CTF subsystem that could have allowed attackers to fully compromise systems.
Kaspersky injected a Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) into the HTML source of all web pages without user consent.
A new WSJ report revealed how Huawei employees have been aiding African government intelligence agencies spy on political opponents. Huawei has denied the allegations.
Intel issued patches for multiple security flaws affecting NUC Kit and other related devices, as well as some Intel software tools.
Varonis security firm found a unique new strain of cryptoming malware that deploys sophisticated evading techniques to avoid getting caught.
Microsoft patched 93 security vulnerabilities for the month of August, including two new wormable bugs.