June patch Tuesday features fixes from Adobe and Microsoft for critical flaws including a remote code vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player.
Why you shouldn’t trust a website simply because it’s secured using HTTPS and backed by the green padlock symbol.
The band shrugged off the threat and released the files on Bandcamp. They’re long and not very interesting, they said.
Critics say if the US can’t protect such data – which was improperly stored by a subcontractor – it shouldn’t collect it.
The Amcrest 721 family of security cameras features six security flaws discovered back in 2017 by a researcher at security outfit Synopsys.
A map will display the snail-slime trails that we all leave behind in our daily travels and through which background tracking apps follow us.
“I will insult people. And everyone will not care that it’s not you.” But it’s social-disaster baloney!
French researchers have found a bug in a hardware security module (HSM) that could enable an attacker to steal highly prized secrets.
An Office bug that was squashed back in 2017 is still in widespread use – make sure your computer hasn’t slipped through the patch cracks!
Even its most optimistic users would have to concede that it’s been a bracing few weeks for anyone who relies on Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).