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Over the past few days researchers say DDoS attacks have been using memcached servers to amplify DDoS attacks using UDP-based packets.
Intel has issued stable microcode to help protect its Broadwell and Haswell chips from the Spectre Variant 2 security exploits.
Morphisec said that it has detected several malicious word documents – part of a “massive” malspam campaign – that takes advantage of a critical Adobe Flash Player vulnerability discovered earlier this month.
Researchers have found sneaky encoded malware targeting WordPress and Joomla sites that pretends to be ionCube files.
A remote code execution security flaw has been patched in one of the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.
In the wake of claims an Israeli company Cellebrite has developed an unlocking tool for any iPhone, Apple is urging customers to upgrade to the latest version of iOS 11.
Troy Hunt has expanded his Pwned Passwords tool with 80 million more passwords, to help users find if their passwords have been compromised.
Drupal has patched several vulnerabilities – both moderately critical and critical – in two versions of its content management system platform.
A recent FBI public service advisory warned of an increase in reports of compromised or spoofed emails involving W-2 forms.
The FCC’s rollback of network neutrality regulations is set to be complete in April, but it won’t happen without a fight.