Private files sent via DMs were cached inside Firefox browsers for as long as a week, even after users logged off.
Almost 40% of employees surveyed admitted to not knowing what ransomware is, and many of them have already been victims, according to security provider Kaspersky.
Cybercriminals are increasingly directing targeted attacks at specific organizations or individuals, says security provider Positive Technologies.
People have taken actions to better protect their information but feel they need to do more, according to a survey from NortonLifeLock.
The company immediately apologized, branding the blocks as a “mistake.”
Zoom-raiding parties are everywhere now — Discord, Reddit, Twitter, hacking forums.
Security researchers have discovered coronavirus-themed malware created to destroy users' computers.
Researcher set out to find 15 new Windows bugs last year. He found 25, and Microsoft already patched 11.
Global shipments of smart home speakers will increase this year due to fear of coronavirus germs, according to ABI Research.
This campaign tries to trick users into accepting a fake Adobe Flash update, which then installs malware to give the attacker full remote access, says Kaspersky.