Recent news concerning “hacked webcams” or “breached baby monitors” appears to be all over the place. Let's take a closer look at the situation.
In this episode of the Talk Security podcast, Threatpost's Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the Dark Hotel cyberespionage campaign and the WireLurker Apple malware.
Yesterday, researchers disclosed a powerful iOS vulnerability that is responsible for the WireLurker Apple malware.
Kaspersky Lab revealed a cyberspy campaign, Darkhotel, which had been active for seven years in a number of luxury Asian hotels.
Apple malware targets iOS by infecting OS X machines and then swapping legitimate apps for malicious ones as soon as an iOS device connects via USB.
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Drupal warns customers that they should assume their sites are compromised unless they installed an update from mid-October within hours of the release.
Kaspersky Lab wishes everyone a happy- and safe- Halloween!
Brian Donohue and Dennis Fisher talk about a new attack on the SSL protocol, which is now known as POODLE.
Twitter debuts a grand but simple plan to replace passwords where your phone number is your username and an SMS-generated code is your password.