Security researcher reveals multiple Web-based security vulnerabilities in the D-Link 2760N.
It seems your security might be worth more than $12.50 after all. Yahoo's security team previews a new vulnerability reporting policy with rewards between $150 and $15,000.
The good news about Yahoo's security team is that it's finally offering bounties for independent researchers who uncover bugs. The bad news is that the bounty itself isn't exactly competitive.
XSS vulnerability allows attacks to steal and replace tracking cookies, as well as read and send e-mail from a victim's account.
Many of the Web giant's products are susceptible to attacks -- that's why the Web giant says it will now pay up to $20,000 for anyone to find "qualifying vulnerabilities."
Bug hunter credited with finding bugs in software from big tech firms is Norwegian teen.
A new security hole found in Skype for iOS could allow a hacker to access your entire address book, according to security firm SuperEVR.
Spammers modify attacks after Facebook rolls out new security features to block attacks.
Warnings will pop up to block malware attacks, while security codes via text messages can be used for new device log-ins.
McAfee says it is working to fix three holes researchers found in its Web site.