A U.S. district judge has decided to permanently end the advertising, marketing and sales tied to the spyware application.
The Chinese government will begin requiring companies who sell computer equipment to the country's banks to comply with a range of intrusive policies.
The source code sharing website will up its maximum payout from $5,000 to $10,000 in its bug bounty program's second year.
In an attempt to put the issue to rest, the agency warned businesses against blocking guests' personal hotspots.
Vladimir Drinkman, who was arrested in the Netherlands in 2012 and has been fighting extradition since, will face hacking charges in a New Jersey court.
A security engineer from Citrix demonstrated the Maldrone malware that he built as a backdoor to control drones.
The Cyber London program will kick off in April and feature small security companies from the health, defense, retail and telecom sectors.
The hotel chain has addressed a weakness in its Marriott International Android app that could have allowed attackers to access customer data, including credit card information.
The use-after-free vulnerability was being exploited in drive-by-download attacks, Adobe warned.
PlayStation Network (PSN), Qriocity, or Sony Online Entertainment accountholders affected by a 2011 Sony hack could qualify for benefits from a class action settlement.
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