This week security researchers announced a newly discovered vulnerability dubbed KRACK.
Security researchers will release a proof-of-concept attack on the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol today, which lets attackers eavesdrop on traffic between devices and access points, reported Ars Technica.
Android devices offer a “pattern unlock” feature as a security measure, but it may not be as safe as users think.
Google is removing the NFC Smart Unlock feature from Android for new logins, reported Softpedia.
A bug in the Windows kernel dating back to Windows 2000 can be exploited to prevent security applications from detecting malicious software loaded at runtime.
Computer chip maker Intel created the event as an annual reminder that, for most of us, our password habits are nothing to celebrate.
Take a look at how the cybercriminal underground will operate in the future, and how police around the world must cooperate to fight back.
Here’s how more companies can boost their cybersecurity preparedness without breaking the bank.
Microsoft recently updated its approach to security and privacy ahead of the launch of its Windows 10 Creators Update.
Using computers to recognize people’s faces and validate their identities can streamline access control for secure corporate and government buildings or devices.
Developing unknowable passwords is an active area of security research.
There is a serious flaw in Windows 10 that lets non-administrative users gain System-level access.
This is how security has been changed following the most recent iPhone hack.
There is a computing revolution coming, although nobody knows exactly when.
Can we actually trust those password “strength” meters?
A new Cybersecurity report published by Norton reveals the massive number of South Africans affected by Cybercrime.
A new report shows that antivirus actually makes your PC less safe.
One of the agreements between ISPs and customers is the amount of information your internet provider has access to.
This is how Google plans to replace your password with a trust system.
This is why all of those spam emails claim to be from Nigeria.