A security researcher has discovered a way to hack a self-driving car relatively easily and for little money using a makeshift laser pointer.
A new Android vulnerability has come into the spotlight, causing some Samsung and LG smartphone users to think twice about their authentications.
At the most recent Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas, security experts told IBM what they want out of an application security testing tool.
Two weeks after vulnerabilities were revealed at DEF CON, a major piece of SCADA software remains unpatched, ICS-CERT has warned.
This year's lineup of talks at the Black Hat, DEF CON and BSides conferences was particularly interesting. Here are five of the hottest topics from Vegas.
Any Windows update could now be dirty thanks to subpar SOAP settings used by some companies that leave them open to vulnerability exploitation.
New research presented at the Black Hat security conference showed that cybercriminals are getting faster at exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities.
Reducing the Application Attack Surface: Breaking Payloads With Runtime Code Stripping and Image Freezing
Collaborative research has recently devised a means to reduce a Windows application's attack surface by removing unused functions from libraries that are loaded dynamically.
The high jinks and hacking demonstrations that go on during the Black Hat USA conference are the stuff of legend. Catch up on the most prolific examples.
This year's iteration of the annual Black Hat USA conference is poised to be one of the best yet, with a slate of presentations and tools worth seeing.