Some Windows 10 source code leaked to the Web, but according to some reports, the potential for serious exploits may be somewhat limited due to what was included.
The CIA had top-level intelligence last August that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally ordered an operation to help Donald Trump win the US presidential race, the Washington Post reported Friday.
The intelligence shocked the White House and put US security chiefs on a top-secret crisis footing to figure out how to react.
Siemens patched two vulnerabilities in products, SIMATIC CP and XHQ, commonly found in industrial control system setups this week
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) identified ransomware as one of 2016's top threats, but a relatively small number of attacks were reported.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including Citizen Lab's latest report, WannaCry hitting Honda, GhostHook, and Fireball.
Fighting attackers needs a new approach that leverages a public-private data sharing framework, enabling immediate and collective responses.
Latest version of the mobile malware can steal login credentials from at least 40 banking, retail and social media apps.
Google adds private medical records to the list of results it may remove.
The German parliament has waved through a massive expansion of police hacking powers.
The US Department of Homeland security has launched a new prize on Google's data-science crowdsourcing site, Kaggle, to speed up airport pat-downs.
We enlisted a leading security researcher to test if Microsoft's newest, locked-down version of Windows 10 is protected against all "known" kinds of ransomware, as the company claims.
Ethical hackers carried out research on the Super Hub 2 router and found it could be used to take control of Internet of Things devices.
The duo has tried, time and time again, to break into Microsoft's systems to steal customer data.
A law due to come into force in days in Germany on storing internet usage data breaks EU regs, a court rules.