NSA's reverse-engineering malware tool, Ghidra, to get new features to save time, boost accuracy
The spy agency says it has listened to feedback from users and is integrating some of those ideas into the software.
Clues to the alleged Capital One hacker's crimes were all over the internet
Paige Thompson bragged about taking data from Capital One’s storage on Slack and Github, according to the FBI.
Capital One announces massive data breach; lone suspect arrested in Seattle
The breach affected approximately 100 million individuals in the United States and approximately 6 million in Canada.
Microsoft pushes open-source software kit to election agencies, voting-tech vendors
The code will be posted to GitHub, and can be layered onto existing voting software for added integrity.
How companies – and the hackers themselves – could respond to the OilRig leak
An unknown person or group started doxing the people behind OilRig sometime last month.
Backdoor vulnerability in open source tool exposes thousands of apps to remote code execution
The 2017 data breach at Equifax was possible because the company did not act to resolve a flaw in the open source Apache Struts framework.