Stuxnet worm flaw still the most exploited after seven years
Security researchers say the vulnerability behind the infamous Stuxnet worm is still the most exploited in the world, seven years after being patched.
Hajime worm fights the forces of evil IoT malware, maybe
News roundup: The Hajime worm is the nicer, sneakier brother of Mirai malware. Plus, the FBI and CIA hunt for the Vault 7 whistleblower, Symantec adds to Zscaler lawsuit, and more.
Q&A: Software-Defined Secure Networks with Juniper's Kevin Walker
Juniper's Kevin Walker talks with SearchSecurity about his company's Software-Defined Secure Network platform, improving SDN security, and the evolution of machine learning.
Oracle patches Apache Struts exploits, Equation Group vulnerability
There were 299 Oracle patches in the April Critical Patch Update, including a fix for the Apache Struts exploits found in the wild and a vulnerability from the Equation Group dump.
Cheap ransomware as a service arrives for malicious actors
A new type of ransomware as a service has appeared on the dark web, with unique features and an inexpensive price to attract malicious actors.
Shadow Brokers' Windows exploits target unsupported systems
A new release of NSA cyberweapons falls flat, as Windows exploits from the Shadow Brokers have mostly been patched. But unsupported systems are still at risk.