VMware is the latest company to confirm that it had its systems breached in the recent SolarWinds attacks and said that the hackers did not make any attempts of further exploitation after gaining access through the deployed backdoor.
According to new code references found in the open-source Chromium platform, Chromium-based browsers should soon be able to take advantage of Google's personalized news feed called 'Discover'.
While analyzing artifacts from the SolarWinds Orion supply-chain attack, security researchers discovered another backdoor that is likely from a second threat actor.
Microsoft has acknowledged a new issue impacting Windows 10 customers that might cause booting to fail on devices where the chkdsk tool has been used to repair logical file system errors.
A threat actor has leaked the stolen email and mailing addresses for Ledger cryptocurrency wallet users on a hacker forum for free.
Flavor and fragrance developer Symrise has suffered a Clop ransomware attack where the attackers allegedly stole 500 GB of unencrypted files and encrypted close to 1,000 devices.
Windows Hello, which is an all-in-one biometric authentication process integrated into Windows 10, is slowly growing in popularity.
A new Windows 10 utility called TaskbarGroups lets you group shortcuts on the taskbar so they can easily be launched without taking up a lot of space.
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Recently discovered Gitpaste-12 worm that spreads via GitHub and also hosts malicious payload on Pastebin, has returned with over 30 vulnerability exploits, according to researchers at Juniper Labs.
Google says that the global authentication system outage which affected most consumer-facing series on Monday was caused by a bug in the automated quota management system impacting the Google User ID Service.
Since the SolarWinds supply chain attack was disclosed last Sunday, there has been a whirlwind of news, technical details, and analysis released about the hack. Because the amount of information that was released in such a short time is definitely overwhelming, we have published this as a roundup of this week's SolarWinds news.
The SolarWinds supply chain attack has dominated this week's cybersecurity news, but there was still plenty of ransomware news this week.
A list of dozens of online stores hacked by a web skimming group was inadvertently leaked by a dropper used to deploy a stealthy remote access trojan (RAT) on compromised e-commerce sites.
Europol and the European Commission have launched a new decryption platform that will help boost Europol's ability to gain access to information stored in encrypted media collected during criminal investigations.
Microsoft's December 2020 Windows 10 updates are conflicting with the Corsair Utility Engine software and causing the operating system to go into a BSOD crash loop.
An advisory from the U.S. National Security Agency is providing Microsoft Azure administrators guidance to detect and protect against threat actors looking to access resources in the cloud by forging authentication information.
Google has disabled a feature that displays a warning when submitting insecure forms after receiving many complaints from users and website administrators.
Microsoft said that over 40 of its customers had their networks infiltrated by hackers following the SolarWinds supply chain attack after they installed backdoored versions of the Orion IT monitoring platform.
Microsoft has confirmed that they were hacked in the recent SolarWinds attacks but denied that their software was compromised in a supply-chain attack to infect customers.