There are times when corporations lose their temper. Well, they're people too. In Microsoft's case, it's people and politics that are driving the company crazy.
US imposes sanctions against Russia's Central Scientific Research Institute of Chemistry and Mechanics (CNIIHM).
Apple notarization process bypassed for the second time in six weeks.
Microsoft has unveiled a new open-source "matrix" that hopes to identify all the existing attacks that threaten the security of machine learning applications.
Phishing groups are collecting user data, email and banking passwords via fake voter registration forms
With the election window closing, phishing groups are striking the iron while it's hot.
The worst of the bugs is an uncontrolled search path issue with severe, exploitable consequences.
Criminal cyberattack is 'morally repugnant' says angry mayor, as council battles to restore services
East London council tries to restore services after 'serious and complex' attack creates disruption.
Microsoft adds the Meet Now icon to the taskbar in the latest Windows 10 20H2 preview, as well as in 1903 and 1909.
Following research that shows certain triggers could help people digitally disappear.
You can't build a safe office tower on shaky foundations, and the same applies to your data networks. Ask your suppliers whether they've got it right.
Ransomware attacks are still a huge threat despite a decline in numbers. Focusing on the basics can deliver big gains for defenders.
US government officials have also accused Iran of being the culprit behind a wave of fake Proud Boys emails that have been sent to registered Democrat voters.
The contact details of at least 15 Australian citizens were reportedly included in the 'Cc' field of an email.
Comment flowed from concerns by Senators that there isn't much difference between a cyber attack from a foreign state and a foreign entity gaining access to data on an Australian citizen.
ANAO audit left the department with a number of recommendations, mostly around risk assessment.
Intrusions blamed on a Russian hacker group known as Energetic Bear.
Edward Snowden has been living in Russia since June 2013.
The lazy sysadmin's solution has been to grab container images for production without checking them for security holes. Synk and Docker are making sure those images are safe for use.
Germany had been asking and pushing EU officials for an official statement and sanctions against Russia since earlier this year.
Users can test Firefox Site Isolation in Nightly builds.