Researchers have identified a new malware family, dubbed GoScanSSH, that targets public facing SSH servers, but avoids those linked to government and military IP addresses.

The malware has been in the wild since June 2017 and exhibits a number of unique characteristics,...

The Mozilla Foundation is testing a new mechanism for securing domain name server traffic that uses the encrypted HTTPS channel. It is an attempt to speed up the internet, reduce the threat of man-in-the-middle attacks and keep prying eyes from monitoring what users do...

Did you know that 84% of all cyber attacks target applications, not networks? What’s even more curious is that 80% of Internet of Things (IoT) applications aren’t even tested for security vulnerabilities.

It is 2018, and despite all the evidence around us, we haven...

Cybercriminals have figured out a way to abuse widely-used Memcached servers to launch over 51,000 times powerful DDoS attacks than their original strength, which could result in knocking down of major websites and Internet infrastructure.
In recent days, security...

So far this year, IT security headlines have been dominated by two words: Meltdown and Spectre. Disclosure of the two massive CPU vulnerabilities has coincided with chip makers and OS providers scramblingemo to provide updates that fix the issues without causing other...

When you order something online or interact with your bank or healthcare provider the data sent across the internet is most likely encrypted with today's strongest cryptography using very large prime numbers. In the future faster machines – quantum computers – will be...

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