Opening email attachments just got a bit more risky, especially for Microsoft Office® users working in the energy sector.
A new point-of-sale (PoS) Trojan, aptly named PoSeidon by researchers from the Cisco's Security Solutions team who discovered the malware.
A security flaw in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols identified in early March is still affecting nearly 2.2 million hosts who are continuing to accept 512-bit keys, reported IDG News Service.
AOL.com® confirmed malvertising running on its network, which was discovered Dec. 31, has now been removed.
Headlines this past spring on a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library likely were the first time most people became aware of the flaw, reports researchers from several U.S. universities.
Malicious ads, known as malvertising, are tempting visitors into trusted domains that have been hacked and infected with ransomware.
A vulnerability in Internet Explorer® (IE) 8 could allow a remote attacker to gain the user rights of the current user, which could be extremely dangerous if the user has administrative rights.
Security experts recently discovered a bug, known as Heartbleed, which bypasses the encryption protections provided by the widely used OpenSSL® cryptographic library.
A reported email phishing campaign is using Google® Docs to lure in potential victims for their login and password information.
Targeted attacks against Internet Explorer® 10 reportedly are exploiting a zero- day vulnerability in the browser just two days after Microsoft® released a patch update.