Atlassian reset user passwords for its group chat service HipChat on Monday following an incident that may have resulted in unauthorized access to a server used by the service.
Nearly two-thirds of servers and PCs peddled on the xDedic underground marketplace belong to schools and universities based in United States.
A potentially serious vulnerability has been found in third-party software shipped by several major vendors for their displays. The developer has rushed to release a patch for the flaw, which is believed to affect millions of devices worldwide.
Adobe released an important security hotfix for several versions of Coldfusion, resolving two bugs, Tuesday morning.
Exploits for patched Android elevation of privilege vulnerabilities were published through the Zimperium N-Days Exploit Acquisition Program.
Hyundai Motor America patched its Blue Link mobile app after researchers found a cleartext encryption key that could be use to expose user and vehicle information.
Gartner finds that 85 percent of enterprises will have started a Windows 10 deployment by the end of 2017.
They're not happy that Microsoft's replaced Patch Tuesday security bulletins with the searchable Security Update Guide.
A notorious cyber espionage group linked to the Russian government has targeted the political party of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, according to a report published on Tuesday by Trend Micro.
Malware hidden within guides for popular games, including Pokémon GO and FIFA, repeatedly slipped through Google Play security defences.
The sophisticated attackers are putting more and more pressure on the military, governments, celebrities and media worldwide.
Researchers say fileless in-memory malware attacks have become a major nuisance to businesses and have become even harder to detect and defend.
Brazilian cybercriminals are using the original version of the XPan ransomware, targeting small to medium-sized business based in Brazil with the malware.
Zimperium has revealed the details of two N-day vulnerabilities submitted through its exploit acquisition scheme.
More than half of firms in Singapore, Japan, and South Korea express concerns they will not be able to meet the May 25, 2018, deadline for GDPR compliance, while a quarter of their peers in Australia and US fear shutting down as a result.
In an operation run out of its Singapore global hub, Interpol has identified 8,800 command-and-control servers and 270 websites that were compromised, including those run by governments and financial institutions.
Windows' system files were flagged as malicious, and Facebook was marked as a phishing site.