Windows security bug could let hackers hijack your printer

Windows users have been warned to ensure their security protections are up to date following the disclosure of a new bug that could affects printer services. Researchers were able to bypass recent patches to exploit a flaw that could allow hackers to take over a...

Chinese hackers may have attacked the Vatican

Chinese state-sponsored hackers have launched a series of successful attacks on the Vatican, invading the church’s computer systems and email servers, according to a new report. As revealed by Recorded Future, a security firm that specializes in state-backed...

Has your Garmin stopped working? Hackers could be to blame

Fitness giant Garmin has been forced to shut down its website and services after a ransomware attack encrypted the company’s internal network. The outage affects both Garmin.com and Garmin Connect, the service that allows owners of the firm’s smart devices to upload...

“Russian hackers” target coronavirus vaccine research

Security services in the UK, US and Canada have warned that Russian hackers have begun to target organizations working on developing a coronavirus vaccine. In a new advisory, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said that these hackers “almost...

This new Zoom security flaw lets hackers target Windows 7 PCs

Zoom is facing more security scrutiny after a new flaw was found to open up the service to hackers, putting Windows 7 users at risk. Researchers at Slovenian cybersecurity firm ACROS Security has revealed a previously unknown flaw in the videoconferencing software...