When is a bug not a bug? That’s the question raised by researcher Marius Tivadar’s latest Windows-crashing proof of concept.
The grade tampering came to light while drawing up a list of top students. Now it’s unclear which students legitimately belong on that list.
…And the Microsoft vulnerabilities include 0-days. Get the patches now!
Uninitialised variables and no Address Space Layout Randomisation led to an exploitable vulnerability…
Uber has reportedly discovered that the fatal crash was likely caused by a software bug in its self-driving car technology.
Google will now require people or groups purchasing federal election ads to show that they’re US citizens or lawful residents.
It’s password security’s Achilles heel: too many people make life easy for cybercriminals by re-using the same ones over and over. But what if there were a way for websites to compare notes on whether a password (or similar password) has been set by a user elsewhere?
Huawei and ZTE are already telephones non gratae, tied too close for comfort to the Chinese Communist Party and People’s Liberation Army back home.
These are the phones that were calling home to Shanghai every 72 hours, with no opt-in or notice, to hand over a whole lot of PII.
How does it end for phishing attackers who get caught? In a case that’s been working its way through the British courts since last September, the unusual answer is in the first-class carriage of a train travelling between Wales and London.