Proving that autodialing scams aren’t found only on The Simpsons, a security researcher has found a serious flaw in the Twitter and LinkedIn iOS apps that lets hackers dial phone numbers on your iPhone. Once a call starts, a hacker
The CoreGraphics bug allowed hackers to take over Apple devices just by showing a picture
Apple’s latest update fixes a bug that lets hackers take over iPhones, iPads and Macs after showing a picture to users.
The bug, called CoreGraphics,
There’s been no shortage of high-profile hacks over the last few years — think Target, Sony and Ashley Madison — but one sector that hasn’t made as much news for breaches is financial. According to the Identify Theft Resource Center,
After doing heavy damage to KrebsOnSecurity and other web servers the creator of the Mirai botnet, a program designed to harness insecure IoT devices to run massive denial of service attacks, has apparently released the source code on Github.
Earlier we reported how the move opens doors for businesses to contact you via the app, but there’s a few other changes too.
If you thought plugging your phone into a computer to charge it up was fairly safe, you thought wrong
When your phone starts complaining that its battery is running low, you probably wouldn’t think twice about plugging it into a
A group of University of Illinois researchers released a study this week that found 48% of people will plug an unknown USB drive into their computer.
To test whether hackers could use booby-trapped USBs to gain network access,
Google has released one of the largest Android monthly security updates, fixing a total of 39 vulnerabilities — 15 rated critical, including four that can lead to a complete device compromise.
The patches, which are included in new firmware images
THE NEXT TIME you press your wireless key fob to unlock your car, if you find that it doesn’t beep until the second try, the issue may not be a technical glitch. Instead, a hacker like Samy Kamkar may be
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued an alert advising hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical care centers to stop using the Symbiq Infusion System of intravenous pumps, which deliver IV medications with dosages programmed over a hospital’s wireless network.
If you don’t have one already, you will soon: banks will issue nearly 600 million new credit cards embedded with chips by the end of 2015. They say the cards will cut down on fraud that is costing companies billions
SAN FRANCISCO — Pen and paper instead of a laptop. Cash instead of credit cards. Face-to-face chats instead of cell phones. That’s the drill for the most cautious at two big computer security conferences taking place this week in Las Vegas.
Smart homewares firm Nest has launched a camera that senses movement in a user’s home and alerts them via a smartphone app.
The camera will have a night vision mode and customers will be able to pay for their videos
It’s tax season! You might not want to put off filing your taxes this year. If you’re not quick, you might find that someone else has already filed a fraudulent tax return in your name.
There are only a
Electronic Frontier Foundation has launched a new extension for Firefox and Chrome called Privacy Badger. Privacy Badger automatically detects and blocks spying ads around the Web, and the invisible trackers that feed information to them.
Mozilla yesterday discharged the considerably upgraded variant 29 of its Firefox program. The most recent cycle incorporates fixes for various basic and very evaluated security vulnerabilities.
Around the five discriminating vulnerabilities are client without after bugs in nshostresolve, imgloader
Europe’s biggest ever cyber security war diversions exercise has started, with the point of testing how nations can cooperate against a significant cross-fringe security danger.
Throughout its first stage, the Cyber Europe 2014 occasion unites more than 200 associations
LOS ANGELES- – How keen are celeb programmers nowadays?
The person who hacked Zac Efron on Monday went so far as to take his individual aide’s personality to contact a USA TODAY picture taker for authority photographs.
Sefnit was the first malware family to shed light on the issue of botnets and different malignant code
utilizing the Tor obscurity arrange as a correspondence convention. While others before and since have
done the same, Sefnit made the
The major breakdown in Internet security by ?Heartbleed? taught most to protect themselves but a group nearly as large is unaware of the threat, according to a new survey.
After word of the problem got out on April 7,