Zendesk has disclosed a security breach impacting some customers who registered with the service prior to November 1, 2016. The customer service software company says a hacker accessed personal information of approximately 10,000 customers that had Zendesk Support and Chat accounts. The company said it discovered the breach on SeptemberContinue Reading

A security researcher going by the handle “axi0mX” has discovered a supposedly unpatchable iOS vulnerability affecting six generations of Apple devices. The anonymous researcher published code demonstrating the flaw on GitHub earlier today, and within a few hours, others in the cybersecurity community appear to have verified that the exploit works. The vulnerability isContinue Reading

After getting roasted widely since yesterday’s announcement that the platform would be removing verification from a lot of creators. YouTube announced one day later that it won’t be de-verifying currently verified creators. “We heard loud and clear how much the badge means to you […] Channels that already have the verificationContinue Reading

Thousands of internet connected devices, including, printers, cameras, DVRs, and other IoT gadgets can be used to amplify DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks. These devices are misconfigured to listen for, and respond to WS-Discovery protocol requests. WS-Discovery (WSD) is a communications protocol used to automatically discover internet connected devices inside ofContinue Reading