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The second day of the Pwn2Own 2017 hacking competition reveals Windows, macOS, Adobe Flash and web browser exploits.
DataVisor's inaugural Online Fraud Report provides insight into the browsers, platforms and locations from which online fraud is originating. Here are the report's highlights.
A survey shows that women's participation in the cyber-security industry has leveled off at 11 percent, much lower than their overall participation in the global workforce.
The first day of the Trend Micro-sponsored Pwn2Own competition awards $233,000 in prize money to security researchers for exploiting software with previously unknown vulnerabilities.
SAP users are at risk from "very high" priority vulnerabilities that impact the Self Service features in the SAP HANA database product portfolio.
TopSpin Security's DECOYnet uses deception to defend networks against hacker intrusions by using deceptive tactics that direct attackers to decoy resources and traps.
Attackers allegedly breach Twitter Counter, enabling them to post unauthorized messages on Twitter accounts around the world.
The DOJ charges four, including three Russian nationals, in connection with the 2014 Yahoo breach of 500 million user accounts.
DAILY VIDEO: WikiLeaks' offer to help secure tech products fraught with legal risks; Microsoft adds new 'premium RS' cloud database option; Google's new Cloud Spanner makes it easier yet to buy cloud; and there's more.
From the Kayak car hacking tool to an anonymous web surfing mode, the Parrot Security OS 3.5 Linux distribution provides security researchers with a wide array of tools.
An analyst firm surveys 318 companies and finds that more than 80 percent of discovered breaches occurred due to patches pending for more than 10 days and even up to a year.