The team that hacked Amazon Echo and other smart speakers using a laser pointer continue to investigate why MEMS microphones respond to sound.
Belgian researchers demonstrate third attack on the car manufacturer’s keyless entry system, this time to break into a Model X within minutes.
The company patched a vulnerability that could connected video and audio calls without the knowledge of the person receiving them.
Threat actors mount year-long campaign of espionage, exfiltrating data, stealing credentials and installing backdoors on victims’ networks.
Attackers can exploit the feature and send people’s data directly to remote servers, posing a privacy and security risk, researchers said.
Browser users are once again being asked to patch severe vulnerabilities that can lead to remote code execution.
Philippines COVID-KAYA app allowed for unauthorized access typically protected by ‘superuser’ credentials and also may have exposed patient data.
Microsoft warns that cybercriminals are using Cobalt Strike to infect entire networks beyond the infection point, according to a report.
The actively exploited vulnerabilities discovered by Project Zero exist across iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.
Emails try to lure victims with malicious documents claiming to have information about voting interference.
A Mississippi pilot program that allows police to livestream private camera footage sparks privacy fears from the ACLU.
Patches for both the Chrome desktop and Android browser address high-severity flaws with known exploits available in the wild.
Tech giant and feds this week renewed their urge to organizations to update Active Directory domain controllers.
The most-rewarded flaw is XSS, which is among those that are relatively cheap for organizations to identify.
Hackers claim to have access to classified information linking the president to the origin of the coronavirus and criminal collusion with foreign actors.