Adobe issued an emergency patch this week to fix a critical vulnerability in Flash Player hackers were using in attacks.
Attackers with ties to North Korea are using a critical vulnerability in Adobe Flash in a new targeted attack campaign.
in the latest episode of the Digital Guardian podcast Ron Gula, President of Gula Tech Adventures, recounts his early days in security—including his time as a penetration tester for the NSA and at Tenable Network Security—and describes how he's seen the industry change over the years.
Grammarly fixed an issue that was exposing authentication tokens to any website a user visited.
Learn about security as a service (SECaaS) in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
Cryptocurrency phishing, gas station hacks, and tax scams -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Researchers warned this week attackers could exploit a vulnerability in some POS systems to hijack business-data rich databases.
The future of malware is here and it’s not coming for your data or your passwords or your bank account details. It’s coming for your computing power.
Microsoft released an emergency update over the weekend to disable Intel's Spectre fix.
ATM manufacturers sent notices to banks late last week warning that "jackpotting" attacks have come to the U.S.
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