Chinese computer giant Lenovo has patched a number of vulnerabilities in its SharetIT app used to share files between PCs and mobile devices that could result in data leakage, bypass of security protocols and man-in-the-middle attacks.
The use of a hardcoded password for communication between Fortinet's firewall appliances and its FortiManager product is more widespread than initially believed, the company admitted.
Technology is only as good as the policy for implementing it, after all, and few technologies are as flexible and useful as SDN. In this contributed article, Michael Dickman with Hewlett Packard Enterprise shares three best security practices that every network manager should adopt when migrating to a software-defined architecture.
Dell unveiled on Thursday a new post-boot basic input/output system (BIOS) verification product for Dell commercial PCs, which allows customers to ensure their devices remain free from malware during the boot process.
If Affinity Gaming succeeds with its lawsuit against Trustwave over a data breach investigation, this could be a legal game-changer for the security industry. Security vendors may need to embed lawyers with their forensic teams to protect them from legal jeopardy if they fail to mitigate a data breach.
A potentially large number of Mac users could be at risk of man-in-the-middle attacks exploiting a bug in a popular app update code library.
I sat down recently with Steve Durbin, managing director of the Information Security Forum, to discuss the threat that insiders pose to organizations and what can be done to stop them.
Oracle fixes vulnerability in Java installer that could lead to 'complete compromise' of victim's system
Oracle has plugged a vulnerability in the Java software installer in the latest updates to Java SE 6, 7 and 8 for Windows that could result in the "complete compromise" of a victim's system.
A Java-based remote access tool, thought to have been shut down last year, is back, this time as a malware-as-a-service.
Hacker claims to have used social engineering to trick DoJ help desk into granting him access to sensitive files
A hacker claimed to have used social engineering to break into a Department of Justice computer and download 200GB of sensitive files, reported Joseph Cox with Motherboard.
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In the midst of reports of internal strife at Github, reportedly related to debates over whether the organization should cater to large businesses, the organization rolled out features targeted at its very biggest users.