The company plans to automatically enroll users in two-step verification if their accounts are properly configured.
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Google strives to push all its users to start using two-factor authentication (2FA), which can block attackers from taking control of their accounts using compromised credentials or guessing their passwords. […]
A malicious app can exploit the issue, which could affect up to 30 percent of Android phones.
Attackers used publicly available tools, FiveHands ransomware, and SombRAT to successfully target an organization, officials report.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Build 21376 with a preview of a new default font for Windows 10 called ‘Segoe UI Variable.’ […]
Microsoft has given us another sneak peek into their upcoming Windows 10 Sun Valley design update, this time with a refresh of the Windows system icons. […]
The networking giant has rolled out patches for remote code-execution and command-injection security holes that could give attackers keys to the kingdom.
Attackers can use a newly disclosed domain name server (DNS) vulnerability publicly known as TsuNAME as an amplification vector in large-scale reflection-based distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks targeting authoritative DNS servers. […]
The student opted for “free” software packed with a keylogger that grabbed credentials later used by “Totoro” to get into a biomolecular institute.
Internet security, privacy, and authentication aren’t new issues, but IoT presents unique security challenges.