When is an address bar not an address bar? When it’s a fake.
The Good Guys from the Cyber Threat Alliance just published a report to help you keep the Bad Guys out of your network
The containerisation platform has asked 190k users to change their passwords after hackers gained access to a database of personal data.
For years, Facebook asked some new users for email passwords, then grabbed their contacts without consent (or any way to stop the process).
She must have been star-struck, she said, after the fraudster hid behind the Fast & Furious star’s photo and reached out from a fan page.
NIST thinks it has reached an important milestone in complex software testing with something called Combinatorial Coverage Measurement (CCM).
The New York Attorney General has accused major cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex and cryptocurrency Tether of an $850m fraud.
It’s one of the first location data privacy cases to grapple with the warrant and surveillance implications of the Carpenter decision.
Researchers have found that hackers are exploiting vulnerable piracy streaming devices to steal credit card data or rope them into botnets.
From DNS over HTTPS to Microsoft’s expiration policy – and everything in between. It’s weekly roundup time.