Zero-day flaw found in Zoom for Windows 7
A hacker who successfully exploits the Zoom vulnerability could access files on the vulnerable computer, according to ACROS Security, the Slovenian firm that highlighted the issue.
Feds indict 'fxmsp' in connection with million-dollar hacking operation
Andrey Turchin, known for selling access to stolen data, was last known to be in Kazakhstan
Senate panel advances bill to combat child exploitation, but critics fear it could weaken encryption
Changes to the bill weren't enough to satisfy critics.
Microsoft issues two emergency security updates impacting Windows 10 and Windows Server
The vulnerabilities could allow attackers to run remote code execution against victims.
During a pandemic, stalkerware becomes even more sinister
Stalkerware detections have increased, some security researchers say, as the COVID-19 pandemic forces people to possibly quarantine with domestic abusers.
US Cyber Command highlights Palo Alto Networks security patch, citing foreign espionage
The issue ranks as a 10.0 on the severity scale.
Don't expect Huawei on DHS's supply chain task force any time soon
Inclusion comes only after a careful risk assessment, one official said.
Philadelphia-area health system says it 'isolated' a malware attack
Attackers behind the NetWalker ransomware claimed responsibility.
Australia blames a state actor for major disruptions. China is already denying it.
The "sophisticated" campaign coincides with an ongoing trade row between Canberra and Beijing.
Enabling secure remote work by embracing Zero Trust
Enterprises can move faster than many think in building on-ramps to zero trust says Steve Faehl, U.S. security CTO for Microsoft.