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Fourteen flaws in the OpenSSL project have been patched, including a high-severity vulnerability that can be exploited to cause a denial-of-service (DoS) attack.
While the information stored in internet of thing (IoT) devices is still valuable, researchers spotted an increase in attacks targeting IoT devices.
Even though biometric readers have not been rolled out on ATM's, cybercriminals have already developed tools to steal a person's fingerprint and other biological data.
Eleven cities are organizing local legislation intended to make the procurement and use of surveillance technologies by local police departments more transparent.
One of the techniques malware can use to evade researchers' virtualized or sandbox environments is accessing recent documents to determine if the infected machine has a history of legitimate usage.
While it might not include the Death Star cyber warfare among the stars is almost inevitable.
Kosovo native Ardit Ferizi was sentenced in federal court in Alexandria, Va. after pleading guilty to providing aid to the Islamic State.
The Air Force is reporting progress in its mission to secure its weapons against cyberattacks.
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Independent Security Researcher Troy Hunt spotted a database containing the information of nearly 324,000 Regpack accounts.
On Tuesday, officials announced an attacker using employee credentials may have accessed University of Alaska student information.
SCAN Health Plan is notifying users that remote attackers were able to gain access to the contact sheets system and accessed the personal information of past and current members and some non-plan members.
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- OpenSSL patches 14 vulns, including high-severity flaw that can be exploited for DoS attacks
- IoT assault, connected devices increasingly used for DDoS attacks
- Cybercriminals already able to hack ATM biometric readers
- Cities planning transparency laws for police surveillance tech
- Malicious apps leveraging top UK brands has increased by 130%