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Windows 10’s next major update arrives April 11

After months of waiting, beta tests, and trickles of information about new features, the next major update for Windows 10 will arrive on April...

Scammers scare iPhone users into paying to unlock not-really-locked Safari

Apple this week patched a bug in the iOS version of Safari that had been used by criminals to spook users into paying $125...

Potent LastPass exploit underscores the dark side of password managers

(credit: Wikimedia) Developers of the widely used LastPass password manager are scrambling to fix a serious vulnerability that makes it possible for malicious...

VU#342303: Pandora iOS app does not properly validate SSL certificates

Vulnerability Note VU#342303 Pandora iOS app does not properly validate SSL certificates Original Release date: 28 Mar 2017 | Last revised: 28 Mar 2017

LastPass acknowledges browser extension vulnerability, working on fix

Another LastPass vulnerability has been discovered by Google Project Zero hacker Tavis Ormandy. LastPass calls the vulnerability 'unique and highly sophisticated'.

Ransomware scammers exploited Safari bug to extort porn-viewing iOS users

(credit: Lookout) Ransomware scammers have been exploiting a flaw in Apple's Mobile Safari browser in a campaign to extort fees from uninformed users.The...

LastPass Fixes Serious Security Flaw in Chrome, Firefox Extensions

Password manager LastPass creates a workaround for a serious vulnerability affecting browser extensions in Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.

LastPass fixes serious password leak vulnerabilities

Developers of the popular LastPass password manager rushed to push out a fix to solve a serious vulnerability that could have allowed attackers to...

Mozilla vies with Apple over future of web graphics

Mozilla has submitted a proposal to the the Khronos Group, the stewards of the OpenGL and the more recent Vulkan graphics APIs, for a...

Tip for darknet drug lords: Don’t wear latex gloves to the...

Fentanyl merchant was good at Tor, rubbish in meatspace and at deleting browser history Delivery is the weakest link in the “dark web” drug...

Firefox gets complaint for labeling unencrypted login page insecure

Enlarge / Passwords help keep hackers like this out, but passwords are pretty terrible. (credit: TeachPrivacy) The operator of a website that accepts...

DRM in HTML5 takes its next step toward standardization

Enlarge (credit: Floyd Wilde) Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), a mechanism by which HTML5 video providers can discover and enable DRM providers offered by...