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An ongoing campaign, active since 2017, has been stealing credentials via global DNS hijacking attacks.
Researchers are pinning a recent phishing campaign against Ukraine government agencies on the Luhansk People's Republic, a proto-state in eastern Ukraine which declared independence in 2015.
The duo are convicted of infecting 400,000 computers in the U.S. with malware and scamming victims out of millions of dollars.
The custom malware is a spy tool and can also disrupt processes at U.S. assets.
Convincing phishing pages and millions of suspicious apps are plaguing tax season.
The SneakyPastes campaign was highly effective but hardly advanced.
A highly sophisticated APT framework has been found targeting a single Central Asian diplomatic entity for years.
MacOS users, as well as Windows, are in the cross-hairs, especially those based in South Korea.
The FTC is ordering seven companies - including AT&T, T-Mobile, Comcast and more - to outline what data they collect, what they use the data for, and how transparent they're being with consumers.
According to a report, Grindr's Chinese owners are selling the platform after concerns were raised about user data handling.
The contractor with whom it shared the data has a vulnerable, unpatched network.
The campaign, codenamed “Bad Tidings,” has sought out victims’ credentials with clever fake landing pages pretending to be the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Interior’s e-Service portal.
With wide deployment expected in the next decade, the driverless automobile landscape looks fraught – from road safety to data protection.
A Sydney man is accused of selling nearly 1 million compromised accounts, for a significant profit.
Money earmarked for the Defense Department and DHS, and bipartisan bills to address the security of federal IoT devices, showcase growing federal cyber-efforts.
Satellites are spotted with vulnerabilities and design flaws - and hackers are taking note, researchers report at the RSA Conference.
As many ponder the big ethical questions around cyber, some are proposing public interest technologist as a solution.
New look at server data behind a previously-identified espionage campaign shows that it has exceeded researchers' expectations in complexity, scope and breadth.
The China-linked threat group has returned in 2018 using updated RATs to launch its attacks, including ZxShell, Gh0st RAT, and SysUpdate malware.
As hundreds of millions of Europeans prepare to go to the polls in May, Fancy Bear ramps up cyber-espionage and disinformation efforts.