Researcher warns the highly-rated Kasa family of security cameras have bugs that gives hackers access to private video feeds and settings.
Starting in August Google is banning ads of products or services promoting stalkerware.
Attackers could hack the smartwatch and send dementia patients alerts for taking their medication.
Common devices from Netgear, Linksys, D-Link and others contain serious security vulnerabilities that even updates don’t fix.
Application-based attacks that use the passwordless "log in with..." feature common to cloud services are on the rise.
Researchers said that the issue is only exploitable on Windows 7 and earlier.
A new variant of the Joker malware has hoodwinked its way onto the Google Play marketplace yet again, in 11 Android apps that were recently removed.
The server contained almost 270 gigabytes of data collected from 200 police departments, law enforcement training and support resources and fusion centers.
Researchers have found trojans and adware in preinstalled apps on a low-cost device distributed by the government-funded Lifeline Assistance Program.
Thousands of vulnerable websites need to apply the patch to avoid RCE.
The Kazakh native made headlines last year for hacking McAfee, Symantec and Trend Micro; but the Feds say he's also behind a widespread backdoor operation spanning six continents.
The phishing campaign targeted Office 365 accounts in 62 countries, using business-related reports and the coronavirus pandemic as lures.
Unprecedented amounts of data for accessing bank accounts and streaming services are being flogged on the dark web.
The Nigerian native has been extradited from Dubai after a string of over-the-top Instagram posts.
Researchers warn that Keeper, using Magecart code, will launch increasingly sophisticated attacks against online merchants worldwide in the coming months.
The Cerberus malware can steal banking credentials, bypass security measures and access text messages.
Admins should patch their Citrix ADC and Gateway installs immediately.
A campaign discovered by Malwarebytes Labs in mid-April has lifted credentials from a number of e-commerce portals.
Researchers warn that Cosmic Lynx targets firms that don't use DMARC and uses a "mergers and acquisitions" pretext that can lead to large sums of money being stolen.
Researcher say that 14.8 percent of Android users who were targeted with mobile malware or adware last year were left with undeletable files.