Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was the dominant web browser since, basically, forever. But Google Chrome has captured a higher market share for the first time.
It’s rare to find much good news when it comes to vulnerabilities, but if you’re looking for a silver lining, this could qualify.
Here’s an important reminder to never skimp on hardware.
When companies get a ransom note saying they’ll be hit with attacks unless they pay up, some would rather fork over the money than deal with the fallout. Here’s a reason that strategy may not actually be the best idea.
While the job market for tech pros is strong, certain skills can put them over the edge.
Phishing is the primary choice for hackers looking to steal sensitive information or infect users systems’ with malware. But how is it that they’re so good at these attacks?
Apple has announced that it will no longer update QuickTime for Windows users. That means it’s time to relegate the software to the garbage bin of technology.
With advanced zero-day attacks and exploit kits grabbing headlines, you might think that spam and other email threats were falling out of favor with hackers. But these attacks are still popular, partly because they’re such effective and cheap ways to get valuable data.
Any company can (and probably will) be targeted by cyberattackers at some point. But which industry is most at risk of attack? A new study has the answer.
Things were looking pretty bleak for those who were infected by Petya ransomware. But an anonymous infosec pro has come up with a way to defeat the ransomware that prevented computers from booting up.