Sentencing scheduled for September 2020.
Banking industry loophole reported more than a decade ago still remains open and ripe for exploitation today.
Accessing the TikTok website from work laptops is still allowed, according to an internal email Amazon sent to employees today.
The backdoor accounts grant access to a secret Telnet admin account running on the devices' external WAN interface.
API issues could be exploited to make calls, spy on users, send fake messages, and more.
The vulnerability could be exploited to execute malicious payloads in visitor browsers.
New Google Ads policy that bans stalkerware enters into effect on August 11.
Security firm has disclosed today a zero-day vulnerability in Zoom's Windows client.
The APT is also a loyal customer of Golden Chickens, a Malware-as-a-Service outfit.
Google says the Isolated Region project was scrapped due to other services offering “better outcomes.”
Cheap phones often have tradeoffs but researchers say this should never compromise user safety.
Security updates have also been released for the JetPack software development kit.
The Conti ransomware also abuses the Windows Restart Manager component to unlock apps and free up their data (for encryption).
New KDP security feature is currently being tested with Windows 10 Insider builds.
Google says Tsunami is an extensible network scanner for detecting high-severity vulnerabilities with as little false-positives as possible.
Facebook has admitted there is still a “long way to go” to quell recent criticism of civil rights issue handling.
Backdoors into government networks and corporations were allegedly sold to other criminal enterprises.
Mozilla has temporarily suspended the Firefox Send file-sharing service while it adds a Report Abuse mechanism.
ThiefQuest (EvilQuest) ransomware victims can now recover their encrypted files for free, without needing to pay the ransom demand.
BlueLeaks portal is now down. The website hosted 296 GB of files stolen from more than 200 US police departments and fusion training centers.