United Airlines reportedly experienced a breach by a Chinese hacker group believed to be behind breaches at OPM and Anthem.
Cybersecurity firm FireEye released a new report on APT29's complex malware HAMMERTOSS.
Malwarebytes observed websites pushing a fake Safari update that leads to the installation of MacKeeper and ZipCloud.
AT&T asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to limit its fine to no more than $16,000 and to delay non-monetary sanctions until they could undergo judicial review.
Researcher Sijmen Ruwhof uncovered several critical security vulnerabilities in PHP File Manager that leave user data unprotected.
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- Hacking Team issues new statement while researcher clears up Android tool confusion
- United reportedly hacked by same group that breached Anthem, OPM
- HAMMERTOSS malware represents culmination of 'best practices' for cyber attackers
- Hundreds of Massachusetts General Hospital patients notified of data incident
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