Salon unveiled a new but controversial revenue model this week: taking unused computing power on users machines to mine cryptocurrency.
Researchers said Tuesday the app was vulnerable to a right-to-left override attack, something which let attackers trick unsuspecting users into installing malware.
Researchers said Monday the Olympics were hit by new and destructive data-wiping malware last week.
Google announced this week it will flag all HTTP websites "Not Secure" later this summer in hopes of fostering a more secure web.
Olympic hacking, bug bounties, and data regulation -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Data was compromised following a breach due to what Swisscom is calling a "misappropriation of a sales partner's access rights."
Grammarly fixed an issue that was exposing authentication tokens to any website a user visited.
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.
Microsoft released an emergency update over the weekend to disable Intel's Spectre fix.