If you can’t find it on Google, you will definitely find it on the Dark Web.
Category: Hacker News
Facebook has been fined £500,000 ($664,000) in the U.K. after the country’s data protection watchdog concluded that its data-sharing scandal broke the law, making it as the social network’s first fine over the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Intel has paid out a $100,000 bug bounty for new processor vulnerabilities that are related to Spectre variant one (CVE-2017-5753).
Yet another incident which showcases that you should not explicitly trust user-controlled software repositories.
With the release of iOS 11.4.1, Apple has finally rolled out a new security feature designed to protect your devices against USB accessories that connect to the data port, making it harder for law enforcement and hackers to break into your iPhone or iPad without your permission.
It’s time to gear up your systems and software for the latest July 2018 Microsoft security patch updates.
Adobe has released security patches for a total 112 vulnerabilities in its products, most of which have a higher risk of being exploited.
Security researchers from Check Point Threat Intelligence Team have discovered the comeback of an APT (advanced persistent threat) surveillance group targeting institutions across the Middle East, specifically the Palestinian Authority.
Digitally signed malware has become much more common in recent years to mask malicious intentions.
PRIVACY – a bit of an Internet buzzword nowadays, because the business model of the Internet has now shifted towards data collection.