“Using a PIN is faster and more secure than a password – we think you’ll love it.” This seems contradictory to all that we have learned about passwords like the longer and the more complex, the better.
Kali Linux, the popular penetration testing live CD, has reached an important milestone: version 2.0.
During the clean-up, Sophos implements a threat remediation effort to not only remove the detected file but also reset dozens of Windows security-related settings to their default values.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has brought its protection the Mac OS X.
A Windows Phone feature named Wi-Fi Sense is making the jump to Windows 10. With the increased attention, many people are finding that they don’t like the feature but have no control over it.
Yesterday, LastPass announced that their network was compromised and they detected suspicious behavior.
SourceForge has been making headlines in recent weeks with a variety of criticisms.
DARPA, the R&D branch of the US Department of Defense, is holding the first qualification event today in its Cyber Grand Challenge.
In the past week, security researchers have accused Hola of being harmful to the Internet as a whole.
Intel Security (formerly McAfee) has been promoting their coming service to “remove the hassle of passwords” for a while. Earlier, I received my invitation to download the software and create a profile in its preview state.
LAPS is not something that can be implemented with a simple install but will require some planning and communication but the benefit looks to be a solution a long-time coming.
The latest version integrates VirusTotal, a service that scans files against more than 50 antivirus engines, to help clean up malware infections.