It's what we all assumed, but quietly hoped wasn't quite this bad.
Lazy makers of home routers and the Internet of Things are reusing the same small set of hardcoded security keys, leaving them open to hijacking en masse, researchers have warned.
DELL isn't having a good week. A second root certificate has been found on its PCs and laptops, that could leave users' personal information vulnerable to hackers.
The second certificate, called DSDTestProvider, is installed by an application called Dell System Detect (DSD), which users are prompted to download and install when they visit the Dell support website.
Just under a week after Starwood Hotels revealed that its payment system had been compromised by malware, American hospitality conglomerate, Hilton Worldwide, has confirmed that its system was hit by a similar attack.
Those who know me best are quick to let me know: I'm a touch stubborn on certain matters. But there is one area where I've found myself caving to the pressures of reality. In this article, I'll make a case for why I believe ChromeOS might end up winning the OS wars.
Malwarebytes has issued a detailed report explaining the various tricks Vonteera adware uses to compromise your PC -- and it makes for uncomfortable reading.
Unwanted adverts, unknown Windows services, modified shortcuts, forced installation of uninstallable Chrome extensions, even a way to prevent you running antivirus software -- it’s all here.