FaceApp isn't taking all of your photos, but the privacy concerns are very real
From shady fine print to Russian law, FaceApp's geriatric filter may not be worth all the fun.
This firmware flaw was bad enough, but then researchers looked at the supply chain
Lenovo servers had a conspicuous security problem, but specialists at hardware-security company Eclypsium, found that the story was much bigger.
‘StrongPity’ hacking group does just enough to get around defenses
The group is still going after users who download router management software to infect target organizations.
More than 805,000 systems are still exposed to BlueKeep, study finds
Organizations are patching, but not fast enough.
Why the revised NIST mobile security framework looks better from a distance
In this op-ed, Wandera's Michael Covington says what sounds good theoretically can be near impractical to implement.
Fake Telegram app on more than 100,000 phones infected U.S., UAE Androids
The Android malware pushed fake prizes to generate click fraud. The program’s developers borrowed open-source code from the real Telegram app.
Russia’s Turla group goes trolling with code labeled “TrumpTower”
Kaspersky found that the group also referred to 'Rocket Man,' apparently a reference to Kim Jong Un.
The developers of the notorious FinSpy spyware are innovating — and thriving
Updated FinSpy implants for iOS and Android have been used in nearly 20 countries in the last year, according to Kaspersky.
Zoom flaw could enable hackers to activate Mac webcams without permission
The security issues speak to the risk associated with default settings on popular applications that a user might overlook.
From exploits to honeypots: How the security community is preparing for BlueKeep’s moment of truth
“Every CISO right now should have a plan already written down to deal with BlueKeep once the exploit starts surfacing."