Lenovo has patched several software flaws in a file-sharing utility, which could allow attackers to browse and make copies of files.
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A years-long campaign of seemingly disparate cyberattacks against Tibetan and Uyghur activists likely comes from a single group of hackers, according to a seven-month study by Palo Alto Networks.
An Austrian airplane component maker for Boeing and Airbus said earlier this week a cybercrime-related fraud has caused it €50 million (US$54 million) in damages.
A vendor of audio visual networking equipment replaced one serious security vulnerability with another in a long line of products, despite being warned of the dangers.
A number of Ukrainian power companies are seeing fresh cyberattacks following ones in December that briefly knocked out power for tens of thousands of customers.
FireEye has acquired Texas-based iSight Partners for US$200 million, a deal that executives say will give FireEye stronger intelligence on cybercriminal and hacking groups before they strike.
IBM's X-Force researchers have found that the latest version of Dridex uses a DNS (Domain Name System) trick to direct victims to fake banking websites.
Oracle admins will be busy: The company issued 248 patches on Tuesday, its largest-ever release, according to one security vendor.
A protocol designed and promoted by the British government for encrypting voice calls has a by-design weakness built into it that could allow for mass surveillance, according to a University College London researcher.
A relatively simple phishing attack could be used to compromise the widely used password manager LastPass, according to new research.
Apple hasn't completely fixed a weakness in Gatekeeper, its security technology that blocks harmful applications from being installed.
One-time passcodes, a crucial defense for online banking applications, are being intercepted by a malware program for Android, according to new research from Symantec.
To make timekeeping more reliable, Microsemi is releasing two appliances it says are hardened against attacks and have better redundancy if other services such as GPS aren't working.
A discovery by a well-known Google security researcher provides further proof how antivirus programs designed to shield computers from attacks can sometimes provide a doorway for hackers.
A new study of a cyberattack last month against Ukrainian power companies suggests malware didn't directly cause the outages that affected at least 80,000 customers.