A threat group is targeting video game companies in order to lift DRM protections, develop cheats and possibly to steal source code.
Unknown attackers have claimed about 2,800 victims in an ongoing information-stealing campaign identified by Kaspersky Lab as "Crouching Yeti."
Attackers are brute-forcing remote desktop software to infect point-of-sale devices with relatively new malware known as Backoff.
Nearly 650,000 Paddy Power customers who made an account prior to 2010 had data compromised in a breach.
For roughly five months beginning in January, traffic confirmation attacks were used to attempt to "deanonymize" Tor users.