Scammers love impersonating the Internal Revenue Service, the FBI and Social Security. Why not add Black Friday shoppers to the list? Retailers are being warned that sophisticated scammers could target
If you take any interest in the nation-state cyberattacks that have picked up apace in recent months, then you’ll be no stranger to China’s attacks on international telecoms networks. As data sources telcos
Your anxiety over your privacy online can now come with a running score. An update to Mozilla Firefox shipped last week augments the tracking protection enabled earlier in that web browser by adding a
Security researchers have trawled the Dark Web, those forums, chat channels, social networks, and websites that are hidden from regular web browsers, where stolen credentials are traded between cybercriminals.
Remember the poor goat tied to the fence in Jurassic Park—bait to lure T-Rex into the open? Well think of cyber honeypots as something similar. Monitored machines, mimicking connected smart devices, placed
The FBI Sends A Warning About Multi-Factor Authentication…And Other Small Business Tech News This Week
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 — The FBI is warning companies about attacks that bypass multi-factor authentication
Check your bank balance, Avril Rhoades in Valdez, Alaska. Freeze your credit, Nazaryah Minnieweather of Victorville, Calif. And cancel your credit card, Jennifer Kelly in LaGrange, Ga. A gang of thieves
Telegram, the secure messaging platform, is used by pro-democracy campaigners in Hong Kong as a means of keeping communications away from the prying eyes of the Chinese authorities. Telegram has been in
A new Google study this week confirmed the obvious: internet users need to stop using the same password for multiple websites unless they’re keen on having their data hijacked, their identity stolen, worse.
At the end of last week, ESET's security researchers disclosed the discovery of a new strain of malware that takes the trend for sextortion to a new level. Varenyky, as the malware was named by its finders,
Researchers from BitDefender have uncovered a concerning security vulnerability present in all modern Intel processors. If executed, the flaw could permit an adversary to access the computer’s kernel which