Adobe Releases Out-of-Band Patch for Flash
Exploit kit authors reverse engineered October’s Flash update in two days.
Fraud Transactions to Jump as e-Commerce Spikes
20% more online spending means a spike in bogus transactions.
6 Million Email Credentials Leaked in 3 Months
2014's record number of data breaches is taking a toll on consumers and workers alike.
Sony Pictures Hack Shuts Down Network
Reports claim that cyber incursion forced radical response from entertainment giant
Critical WordPress XSS Flaw Left 86% of Sites at Risk
Four-year old vulnerability found by Finnish researcher
Craigslist DNS Hijacker Leads Netizens a Merry Dance
Users of popular listings site redirected to Digital Gangster forum
Resurgent Android Worm Develops Conficker-Like Sophistication
NotCompatible variant shows a worrisome operational compelxity that will spell big trouble for corporate networks.
Widespread Use of Consumer-Grade File-Sharing Threatens Enterprise Security
Rampant use of consumer tools for document management is a gaping security issue that's not being addressed.
Tech Support Scam Lifts $120 Million from Unsuspecting Consumers
A widespread telemarketing fraud effort has claimed tens of thousands of victims.
Malware Alert: E-Cigarettes Could be Bad for Computer Health
Reports suggest Chinese charger came factory-loaded with malicious software
Symantec Spots Stuxnet-like State-Backed Spyware
Regin is a highly complex, multi-stage modular threat
NCA Cuffs Five Suspected of Slinging RAT Malware
UK crime agency continues crackdown on hackers