Why are hackers using the DNS infrastructure against us? The answer is more complex than you might think.
Despite a welcome and needed DNS revamp, preventable abuse continues.
From a massive GDPR fine on a big tech company, to an emergency government security alert, here are the top security stories of the week.
The attacks, targeting several countries to redirect traffic and harvest credentials, have been linked to Iran.
Examples of how attackers carry out mass exploitation campaigns and how to defend against them.
One of the most serious issues is a critical remote code execution vulnerability in the Windows DNS, which could allow an attacker to take full control of the targeted machine.
Hanwha is patching 13 vulnerabilities in its SmartCam security camera that allows attackers to take control of the device, use it to gain further network access or just brick it.
Google’s Project Zero team dubs a new WPAD-related attack as an “aPAColypse Now” that allows a local attacker to compromise a targeted and fully patched Windows 10 PC.
ICANN, the overseer of the Internet’s namespace, announced this week that it was postponing a scheduled change to the cryptographic key that protects the Domain Name System.