Adobe has released a patch for a Flash Player vulnerability that has been exploited in the wild, according to a security bulletin.
Joomla has patched a pair of vulnerabilities in its CMS platforms that if left unfixed would allow attackers to create admin accounts and elevate privileges, respectively.
Israeli mobile forensics firm Celebrate could have some of their methods exposed after a reseller partner reportedly made the company's firmware and software publicly available to download.
A recent study found that law enforcement may be able to deter teen cybercrime by treating hackers like addicts.
Thai telecommunication companies are bristling at a proposed law that would criminally punish ISPs for computer crimes perpetrated by their users, and place the burden of proof on these providers to defend themselves.
Silver Creek Fitness & Physical Therapy suffered a data breach through a third-part contractor that exposed their clients personally identifiable information to include Social Security and Medicare numbers.
Microsoft on Friday warned of a malware threat called Hicurdismos that simulates the infamous Windows Blue Screen of Death as part of a tech support scam.
A self-described patriotic American vigilante hacker named Jester reportedly took over the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website on Friday in retaliation for alleged Russian cyberattacks on the United States.
U.S. federal prosecutors reportedly will charge former National Security Agency (NSA) staffer Harold Martin III not only removed 50 terabytes of data from NSA servers, but also removed "six full banker's boxes" of documents along with a host of computer hardware, according to published reports.
The Internet Systems Consortium issued an advisory on Wednesday, warning that some third parties are distributing versions of ISC's BIND software that contain a high-severity vulnerability, which if exploited can trigger an assertion failure.