At Black Hat USA 2020 Monday, BlackBerry released a free open-source tool for cybersecurity professionals, called PE Tree that significantly reduces the time and effort required to reverse engineer malware.
The Linux Foundation has launched a new initiative to use open source technologies to help public health authorities (PHAs) around the world combat COVID-19 and future epidemics.
Apple has created a new open source project to help developers of password managers collaborate to create strong passwords that are compatible with popular websites.
The NHS has released a beta of the COVID-19 source code, its coronavirus contact-tracing app. The NHS Covid-19 app is designed to use people's smartphones to keep track of when they come close to each other and for how long, by sending wireless Bluetooth signals.
Back in November of last year, , GitHub announced new native mobile apps for Android and iOS alongside several new features. While the iOS app was made available practically immediately, there has been a long delay on the launch of the Android app.
Microsoft is reportedly in talks with GitHub with a mind to potentially buy the popular source-code software development platform, which hosts developers' software blueprints and allows them to share and manage their projects online.
Carbon Black today unveiled the Carbon Black Integration Network (CbIN), a technology partner programme designed to improve cybersecurity through collective defense and powered by Carbon Black’s open APIs and the Cb Predictive Security CloudTM (PSC).
The proprietary source code to Apple's iBoot firmware in iPhones, iPads and other iOS devices has leaked into a public GitHub repo. Apple had noted earlier that the iBoot source code leak was genuine but also mentioned that the source code was created around three years back for iOS 9.
Uber has confirmed that the company concealed a hack in 2016 that affected 57 million customers and drivers, and paid hackers $100,000 (£75,000) to delete the data.
Nearly 100 US technology companies have filed a legal brief opposing President Trump’s ban on migration from seven Muslim-majority countries, arguing that it imposes significant burdens on the industry.