13 hours ago Yahoo<i>!</i> retires<i>!</i> bleeding<i>!</i> ImageMagick<i>!</i> to<i>!</i> kill<i>!</i> 0-day<i>!</i> vulnerability<i>!</i>The Register View Synopsis+1
Purple Palace pays researcher US$778 bounty per byte
How would you like US$778 per byte for your exploit?
WikiLeaks has published documents detailing another spy tool allegedly used by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The latest files describe "Athena," a piece of malware whose developers claim it works on all versions of Windows.
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Your own data can now be used against you if you don't protect it.
Amid concerns over Facebook's use of tracking users with pixels, Belgium joins the Netherlands, France, and EC in legal moves.
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Decryptors from French Researchers May Save Many VictimsGood news for many victims of WannaCry: Free tools developed by a trio of French security researchers can be used to decrypt some PCs that were forcibly encrypted by the ransomware, if the prime numbers used to build the crypto keys remain in Windows memory.
A guide on ways to prevent cyber attacks.
Thanks WannaCrypt... Hey, about our new security budget. Oh, you've cut it
Salaries for chief information security officers (CISOs) at leading European firms have hit â‚¬1m (Â£850,000) as the threat of data breaches grows, City AM reports.
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Until a few months ago, Verizon's Messages service was affected by a vulnerability that could have easily been exploited to launch cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks using SMS messages.
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Most of the computers affected by the WannaCry ransomware outbreak were running Windows 7, security researchers have revealed.
Christian Slater stars in The Wolf, a web short that takes a look at the vulnerabilty of hacking through a printer in corporate America.
New data from Kaspersky Lab shows that almost all of the WannaCry/WannaCrypt ransomware worm victims were running some version of Windows 7.
WikiLeaks says the CIA's Athena malware can be used to spy on Windows XP through to Windows 10 computers.
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The simple line of code made it possible for attackers to view private Yahoo Mail images.