HTC agrees to settle a complaint filed against it for its allegedly lax security practices that may have put millions of smartphone users at risk.
You may not think of your Wi-Fi router as a wide-open barn door between your computer and the Internet, but for many Asus router owners, it is.
The bounty for cross-site scripting bugs on Google Accounts, for instance, more than doubles to $7,500. The cash rewards tied to Gmail and Google Wallet get hefty bumps, too.
Asus is rolling out a new firmware update, version 126.96.36.1992, that addresses security holes caused by the AiCloud, a storage-based feature available in its USB-enabled Wi-Fi routers.
After hackers attack a new flaw in Java, "Oracle decided to release a fix for this vulnerability and another closely related bug as soon as possible."
German security researcher says the Chinese government doesn't need to demand back doors on Huawei routers because there are already major holes in their firmware.
The company says two vulnerabilities are being actively exploited and recommends that Windows and Mac OS X users of the browser plug-in update their systems immediately.
Following its latest updates, more vulnerabilities have been uncovered in Oracle's Java 7 runtime.
With the latest security holes coming to light, many are recommending removing Java entirely from your system. If you don't want to go that far, here are some things you can do.
Three "critical" vulnerabilities have made their way to Patch Tuesday, as well as six "important" issues.