This culminated in a Chinese government official accusing the US military of starting the outbreak on social media.
Researchers have published proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits to demonstrate that the Windows vulnerability tracked as SMBGhost and CVE-2020-0796 can be exploited for local privilege escalation.
Wide Variety of Personal Information ExposedMarriott acknowledged Tuesday that a recent data breach exposed the personal records of millions of hotel guests. It's the second major breach reported by the hotel giant in two years.
This campaign tries to trick users into accepting a fake Adobe Flash update, which then installs malware to give the attacker full remote access, says Kaspersky.
It doesn't really use the current method for obtaining foreign assistance in law enforcement prosecution, but it would use the new one.
The foundation also called the Telecommunications International Production Orders Bill a 'manifestation of a drip by drip erosion of privacy protection in the absence of a justiciable constitutionally-enshrined right to privacy in accord with international human rights frameworks'.
Forum where hackers sold and bought hacked accounts gets hacked itself.
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When the theme, Human Element, was announced for RSA Conference 2020 (RSAC), I was gratified. It's a topic I never tire of because not only do I believe that there is no "silver bullet" technology, I believe it's the humans who really lead the way to greater security efficiency and effectiveness.
Hospitals are under cyberattack even as they struggle to combat the coronavirus. Microsoft is offering hospitals security tips to try to help.
Zoom Security Risks, Privacy and GDPR Compliance
Home working and learning has led to a boom in videoconferencing, with Zoom a major beneficiary. But concerns over privacy and security raise important questions: is Zoom safe, and is it even GDPR compliant?
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Privacy Advocates Criticize Measure That Microsoft SupportedWashington's governor has signed a new law that regulates the use of facial recognition technology. But some privacy advocates say the measure, which was backed by Microsoft, doesn't do enough to protect individuals' rights.
A security researcher has discovered over 25 different potential vulnerabilities in Windows, including some that could lead to elevation of privileges.
Business Associates Cleared to Make 'Good Faith' Disclosures of PHIIn the latest move to relax certain HIPAA requirements during the COVID-19 crisis, federal regulators Thursday paved the way for business associates to share protected health information for public health-related activities during the pandemic.
Almost 40% of employees surveyed admitted to not knowing what ransomware is, and many of them have already been victims, according to security provider Kaspersky.