Flash might be a buggy program with multiple holes in its system. Flash might also be extremely vulnerable and a potential risk to millions of users out there.
Microsoft has patched FREAK, a decade old security flaw which allowed man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks on its OS Windows.
Electronic voting machines used for US elections between 2002 and 2014 would have been extremely easy to hack, according to reports.
Businesses are literally waving their sensitive data in the air, just waiting for hackers to come and snatch them. Those are basically the results of a new comprehensive report by threat protection company Varonis Systems. The company collected anonymous data during risk assessments for potential customers for a year, and has now transformed that data...
The conflict between privacy and security is a long-running one, often inflamed by global threats, but always present.
The flaw hits versions of Internet Explorer 6 all the way through to IE 11, and allows for remote code execution – plus it affects those on Windows XP.
Moonpig has suffered another security breach, leading to user data being published online.
Microsoft is ramping up its security efforts, upping bounty reward payments on the defensive front - from $50,000 (£32,000) to $100,000 (£64,000).
For UK co-location and cloud specialist Node4's Chief Technologist Steve Nice, the bill's starting to get unacceptably high.
Rackspace polled 500 IT and business decision makers in the UK who have either been through or are planning a cloud migration project to ask what was their business driver: the answers may surprise you.
President Barack Obama made clear in his State of the Union address earlier this week that he intends to push through new legislation aimed at tightening corporate cyber security standards across the U.S.
The release of a research paper detailing the security vulnerabilities in many cars, which the car maker Volkswagen has tried to suppress for two years, was published this week with just one sentence redacted.