Is your web browser vulnerable to data theft? XS-Leak explained - IT security researchers recently exposed new cross-site leak (XS-Leak) attacks against modern-day browsers. But what is XS-Leak anyway?
A chink in the armor of China-based hacking group Nickel - Microsoft has been allowed to take control of 42 web domains that belonged to Chinese hacking group Nickel aka APT15
How to check for Windows updates and install them - We explain the ins and outs of Windows updates, and detail the many customisation features and settings on offer.
Why Macs are the best, according to Mac expert Thomas Reed: Lock and Code S02E23 - On Lock and Code this week, we talk to a Mac security expert about why Macs are clearly the best... or are they?
NSO Group spyware found on iPhones of US State Department employees - iPhones of at least nine US State Department employees are said to have been hacked using the Pegasus spyware developed by the Israeli technology company, NSO Group.
A week in security (Nov 29 – Dec 5) - The most important and interesting security stories from the last seven days.
Emotet’s back and it isn’t wasting any time - The world's most notrious malware is back and it's growing fast. What are researchers seeing and what does it mean?
Attacker unmasked by VPN flubs charged with Ubiquiti hack - A former employee of Ubiquiti Networks has been charged for allegedly hacking servers, stealing information, and a splash of extortion.
Emotet being spread via malicious Windows App Installer packages - Emotet is using a new attack vector, which makes Microsoft look bad. How does malware end up on Microsoft's Azure cloud service and get distributed to victims from there?

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