Microsoft is urgently advising Windows Server customers to patch a vulnerability that allows attackers to take control of entire networks with no user interaction and, from there, rapidly spread from computer to computer.
Adobe Flash is finally nearing its end after roughly 25 years. In less than six months—December 2020—Adobe will officially end support of Flash Player.
ThiefQuest can exfiltrate files from an infected computer, search for passwords, and can run a keylogger to grab passwords or other info as a user types.
Doomscrolling your phone for an extra two hours every night won’t stop the apocalypse—but it could stop you from being psychologically prepared for it.
The iPhone is getting a facelift this year. Apple previewed what’s coming in the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 14.
Under pressure from privacy advocates, Zoom said that it will make end-to-end encryption available to both paying and non-paying users of its video service.
Unfortunately, distrust in public health and contact-tracing apps to fight the pandemic appears to be widespread in the United States.
While social media is buzzing with reports of a major DDoS attack, there is currently scant evidence it caused the outages.