28 Jan 2020

Intel Is Patching the Patch for the Patch for Its ‘Zombieload’ Flaw

Over the past few years, security researchers have found hundreds of vulnerabilities that allow a hacker to trick Intel’s microprocessors into unauthorized data access. As the flaws have been exposed, employees have rushed to release patches for them. However, Intel has failed to patch the underlying problem behind a serious

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28 Jan 2020

Average Cost To Recover From Ransomware Skyrockets To Over $84,000

A new report from Coveware claims that the average cost to recover from ransomware now stands at just over $84,000, over double the previous figure of $41,000. Coveware’s report stated that the sharp increase isn’t just a result of cybercriminals demanding higher ransoms, but that hardware replacement and repair costs,

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24 Jan 2020

Google: Flaws in Apple’s Private-Browsing Technology Allow for Third-Party Tracking

Apple designed technology to keep its customers safe and prevent them from being tracked when they search the web, but according to Google researchers, the preventative technology is riddled with security flaws. Google researchers found that Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Program allows third parties to track people’s browsing behavior. The Financial

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17 Dec 2019

Hackers Could Use Smart Displays to Spy on Meetings

Security firm Forescout discovered that touchscreen smart TVs from DTEN contain recently-exposed flaws that leave them susceptible to hackers. The vulnerability lies within the popular conferencing service Zoom, and hackers could compromise the service to bug conference rooms and lift video footage or notes written on the digital whiteboard feature.

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