Researchers have revealed how malicious Thunderbolt and PCI Express (PCIe) peripherals could be used to compromise computers running macOS, Windows, Linux and FreeBSD.
A steady stream of hair-raising revelations about the treatment of users’ data by Facebook, et al. is pushing Congress to do *something.*
The US blocked internet access to Russian trolls who, they say, were trying to spread FUD.
Here’s the latest Naked Security podcast – enjoy!
Chip maker Nvidia has released a security update, fixing eight CVE flaws in its Windows and Linux graphics display drivers.
Researchers have discovered a flaw in some PDF document viewers that allows new content to be added to documents without breaking the electronic signatures.
Police allege that he updated radios with fraudulent software from a radio enthusiast who allegedly hacked encrypted radios for drug cartels.
Plain-text, unencrypted passwords were sent instead of having users reset them. There was no breach, the firm claims, but how would it know?
Mozilla has told the Australian government that its anti-encryption laws could turn its own employees into insider threats.
DNS security is under serious threat from cyberattackers and domain overseer ICANN wants internet companies to do something about it.