The FTC has banned the sale of three apps - marketed to monitor children and employees - unless the developers can prove that the apps will be used for legitimate purposes.
The Qode Instagram Widget and Qode Twitter Feed both have bugs that could allow redirects to malicious sites.
Karsten Nohl, who was behind this week's research that outlined new eavesdropping hacks for Alexa and Google Home, says that privacy for smart home assistants still has a ways to go.
The Magecart splinter group known for supply-chain attacks appears to be tied to advanced threat actors.
A survey of nearly 300 Black Hat conference attendees this year showed strong agreement that service accounts are an attractive target.
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A report by HP found that most people admit to looking at others’ computer screens and documents in the workplace while still keeping their own privacy top of mind.
A host of new features have been added to the malware.
The travel reservation data, along with personal details, of hundreds of thousands was discovered in a database exposed online for all to see.
The Russian-speaking APT stole the Neuron and Nautilus implants and accessed the Iranian APT's C2 infrastructure.
Avast said it believes that threat actors are again looking to target CCleaner in a supply chain attack.
Developer interfaces used by Security Research Labs researchers to turn digital home assistants into ‘Smart Spies’.
Researchers can earn up to $15,000, depending on the severity of the bug found.
The bill is a direct shot at big tech companies like Facebook as senators try to reel in data-collection policies.
A cryptomining infection spread to half of the workstations at a major international airport.
A patch is currently under revision but has not yet been incorporated into the Linux kernel.
At what point will infiltrating companies via the "insider threat model" become less costly and difficult than using malware? Threatpost discusses with a SolarWind expert.
Lawyers will get $1.6 million in a settlement that stems from a breach that affected more than 24 million customers.
A decade-old botnet is using infected computers to send out sextortion emails, in a wide-scale campaign with the potential to reach millions of victims.
The theft of 26 million card records from an underground site offers valuable intel for banks.