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Trend Micro examined website defacement reports from 1998 to 2016 with machine learning technology to identify some long-term trends.
Why do individuals spend time going after bug bounties? A HackerOne report reveals what ethical hackers are going after and why.
Security researchers at FireEye warn that Zyklon is using recent vulnerabilities found in Microsoft Office to make a comeback.
Days after receiving initial reports about fraudulent activity, the mobile phone vendor reveals that attackers were able to get a malicious script onto its website that stole user credit card information.
Researchers from Lookout and the Electronic Frontier Foundation discover an attack group operating out of Lebanon that has already impacted 21 countries.
In its first security update of 2018, Oracle releases patches for the Meltdown and Spectre processor vulnerabilities.
New tools provide unified view of security settings and actionable data for heading off threats, company says.
Security firm set to grow its threat management platform in 2018 as organizations continue to look for better ways to detect threats.
The Jarvis software scans complex autonomous car computer code quickly to report security flaws and help developers make corrections that improve passenger safety.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple is set to patch yet another macOS password security flaw; 147 security vulnerabilities are reported in ICS mobile applications; Lenovo helps usher in an era of Arm-based, Windows "Always Connected PC"; and there's more.
The average reward payout in 2017 was $1,900, up from $1,675 in 2016 as Facebook continues to reward researchers for responsibly disclosing security vulnerabilities.
The LeakedSource site was selling access to 3 billion stolen usernames and passwords that had been aggregated from multiple data breaches in recent years.