Researchers said Wednesday that some smart speakers, like Sonos' Play:1 and Bose's SoundTouch, leak data - something that could allow anyone to hijack the devices and play music.
Mozilla fixed five vulnerabilities, including a critical buffer overflow, in version 52.5.2 of its email application Thunderbird last week.
Nissan said Thursday that information belonging to Canadian customers, like their names, addresses, and vehicle identification number, may have been breached.
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Studies show that U.S. consumers are worried about data breaches, but assume they’re not affected by them.
The WannaCry worm was one of the more notable attacks of 2017, and since it emerged in May there has been constant speculation about who was responsible for it.
Homeland Security Advisor Thomas Bossert pinned WannaCry on North Korea in a Wall Street Journal op-ed Monday night.
Mobile security researchers discovered two new strains of Android malware, Loapi and GnatSpy, on Monday.
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A database containing more than 1.4 billion stolen passwords exposes the collective shame of weak passwords and password reuse.