Amazingco, an events planning firm, exposed 212,220 records with personal data relating to children's parties, wine tours and more.
Researcher discloses vulnerability in macOS Gatekeeper security feature that allows the execution of malicious code on current version of the OS.
Researchers have discovered one million devices that are vulnerable to a "wormable" Microsoft flaw, which could open the door to a WannaCry-like cyberattack.
New campaigns also show modified versions of known payloads.
Bad actors are looking to hit financial and banking firms in Canada with geo-specific campaigns touting malware like Emotet, GandCrab and Ursnif.
After a report found that Snap employees were abusing their access to Snapchat data, experts are warning that insider threats will continue to be a top challenge for privacy.
New .htaccess injector threat on Joomla and WordPress websites redirects to malicious websites.
The Windows 10 update that's rolling out addresses insecure Wi-Fi hotspots with new user notifications.
The Threatpost team breaks down the top privacy-related data incidents of the week - including data leaks from HCL and a golfing app - and highlights some surprisingly good privacy news.
As passwords are increasingly viewed as security liabilities, Identity Management solutions are picking up the slack.
Coming to America: The Shade ransomware, which has historically targeted Russian victims, was recently spotted expanding its sights.
A new way of tracking mobile users creates a globally unique device fingerprint that browsers and other protections can't stop.
As promised, developer SandboxEscaper has dropped exploit code for four more bugs, on the heels of releasing a Windows zero-day yesterday.
As Bitcoin prices surge, so too are malicious apps, malware-ridden scams and cryptojacking attacks looking to profit from the cryptocurrency industry.
The "bestiary" houses six historical threats that combined resulted in at least $95B in damages worldwide.
The two critical cross-site request forgery flaws in the online learning non-profit Khan Academy have been resolved.
SandboxEscaper has released her latest local privilege-escalation exploit for Windows.
Google said it had stored G Suite enterprise users' passwords in plain text since 2005 marking a giant security faux pas.
Mozilla has released a host of fixes for its browser as it rolls out its latest 67 version of Firefox, which touts better speed and privacy.
Intel has issued fixes for a slew of vulnerabilities, separate from the side-channel bugs disclosed last week.
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