If exploited, the bug in LastPass's Chrome extension can expose the last login credential it filled out to a website's background processes, according to a Google security researcher. Fortunately, LastPass has fixed the flaw through an update.
Private browsing gets rid of your browsing history, saved passwords, and field content. But if you think it keeps you safe from malware, ads, and ISP monitoring, think again.
The order will force American companies, including banks, to cut off ties and freeze any assets the hacking groups have in the US, and report their activities to federal agencies.
A UK 19-year-old allegedly targeted 'award-winning international superstars' by breaking into their websites and cloud-based accounts to steal recorded music.
A security firm has disclosed a disturbing vulnerability in SIM cards that can be exploited to track a phone's location. But an industry trade group says most carriers no longer use the affected technology.
Watchdog groups claim the new policy rings hollow. NSO Group sells its products to governments, which have allegedly used them to spy on humans rights activists and journalists.
The 281 suspects were arrested for 'business email compromise' schemes, which often involve pretending to be a CEO or trusted partner, and tricking the target business into wiring funds to a scammer-controlled bank account.
Deepfakes, or doctored videos, have mostly been used to harm the reputations of celebrities and politicians. Now the AI-assisted technology is being used to trick companies out of big money.
The Equifax settlement administrator has been sending out emails, which requires claimants to verify they want the $125 payment and to name their credit monitoring service. If they fail to respond by Oct. 15, the administrator will cancel the...
Apple said today that an iPhone hack disclosed by Google was targeting members of the Uighur Muslim communityâ€”not the public at large, as some had feared.
'We're taking this step because of vulnerabilities that need to be addressed by mobile carriers and our reliance on having a linked phone number for two-factor authentication,' Twitter says.
'The last few months, we have observed an increase in the number of iOS exploits, mostly Safari and iMessage chains,' says cyber arms dealer Zerodium. As a result, it's offering more money for Android exploits that iOS hacks for...
The hackers hijacked the account @jack to tweet out racial slurs and anti-Semitic insults. One tweet also tried to promote a bomb hoax. The hackers, however, were quickly booted off.
Foxit Software hasn't said how many users were ensnared in the breach, but the company claims to have 325 million users. The affected data includes users' email addresses, phone numbers, and passwords.
The attack struck on Monday morning and targeted The Digital Dental Record, a provider of IT software to dental offices. Reportedly, 400 dental practices have been affected nationwide.
The malicious code was sourced back to a third-party advertising library on the app that could use a victim's Android phone to download additional malware. CamScanner says it will take 'immediate legal actions against' the scammers.
Cybercrime expert and dark web investigator Cynthia Hetherington has been following digital trails for decades. She explains how to keep data safe and clean up your 'digital exhaust.'
The Libra Association rolls out Libra Bug Bounty Program, offering up to $10,000 for uncovering critical blockchain security issues underlying the unreleased cryptocurrency.
The fix arrives in iOS 12.4.1, which Apple released on Monday. Oddly, Apple originally fixed this bug back in May, but accidentally re-introduced it in iOS 12.4.
In the new original video series Kernel Panic, Mashable and PCMag dive deep into the worst cybersecurity breaches of all time. Watch the trailer now and episode one on Tuesday, Aug. 27.