Attacker exploiting new Intel chip vulnerability will need to go through multiple complex steps and have physical access to the device to gain full access to the system.
So how does the United States Air Force with over 5,000 aircraft in its inventory make sure that it’s online security is top notch? It’s simple – it invites people to hack its systems.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security aims to help software developers and security researchers eliminate common software vulnerabilities by releasing a list of top 25 most dangerous software errors.
For nine months leading up to Facebook's biggest data breach of 29 million user accounts, Facebook had been repeatedly warned about a security flaw which later ended up being exploited by hackers.
GAO audits carried out between fiscal years 2012-2017 have discovered significant cyber vulnerabilities in the U.S. Department of Defense’s top weapons systems, reflecting a misguided approach that does not take into consideration basic cyber security.
For 24 days, 272 hackers pounded the Air Force's key public websites. The result? A cool 207 vulnerabilities were found, resulting in a $130,000 payday for the White Hats.
A new WiFi security bug present on chips made by Broadcom and Cypress has likely rendered some one billion devices vulnerable to a theoretical attack that can decrypt information in transit.
Nearly 10,000 Android apps are found with a variety of undocumented backdoor abilities such as remotely resetting user passwords and blocking users from loading certain types of content.
Google not sending vital security updates to Android devices running operating system older than version 8 has put them at high risk of malware and other security flaws.