With scant details attached, Google Chrome seeks to shore up yet another exploited zero-day vulnerability.
Successful bug bounty programs strike a balance between vendor benefits and researcher incentives.
Cybercriminal groups are targeting misconfigured Docker and Kubernetes clusters — or just automating the sign-up process for free trial accounts — to build infrastructure for cryptomining.
A bipartisan bill aims to create a usable framework for the use of open source components when building applications, which Google is urging the private sector to support.
Even if the security bug is not another Heartbleed, prepare like it might be, they note — it has potentially sprawling ramifications.
The malware is being used to deliver Clop ransomware, in a vicious spate of October attacks that show an evolution in its methods.
A novel campaign is using an emerging URL redirection tactic to try to trick business users and others into clicking on an embedded link and giving up credentials.
Chromes Stable Channel 107 rollout includes security fixes from a slew of independent researchers, racking up nearly $60,000 in bounties.