Researchers at Malwarebytes said the WinRAR product is not malicious after publishing a blog last week that it was vulnerable.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will be required to put in place a formal cybersecurity strategy, following passage earlier this week of a House bill.
Twin brothers Muneeb and Sohaib Akhter were sentenced to prison by the Eastern District of Virginia for an array of offenses, including conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to access a protected computer without authorization, conspiracy to access a government computer without authorization, and obstruction of justice.
Four teens and an adult were arrested in connection with two major DDoS attacks against Netherlands' internet provider Ziggo in August.
U.S. Marshals will auction about 44,341 Bitcoins that were seized from Silk Road operator Ross Ulbricht.
Federal authorities raided the offices of a digital currency firm accused of swindling investors out of more than $32 million.
A new malware may be defending machines against attackers and may even be providing fixes for infections.
Under a non-disclosure agreement with the FBI, the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., will keep its StingRay surveillance use private.
FBI agents seized a child pornography website and then tracked users, one of whom they arrested on Staten Island earlier this month.
The 22-year-old was sentenced to four years and six months in prison for widely distributing and installing a popular banking trojan known as Citadel.
The banking trojan Shifu is targeting 18 banks and wealth management firms in the U.K.
Nearly 18 million people - or seven percent of U.S. adults - were victims of ID theft last year, according to a report from the Department of Justice.
The cyber security announcement made by presidents Obama and Xi on Sept. 25 is being met with a healthy dose of skepticism with industry insiders indicating the agreement will lead to little, if any, material change regarding cyber issues going forward.
Cybersecurity blogger Brian Krebs indicated a pattern of recently compromised credit cards being used at Hilton Worldwide entities, and the company confirmed an investigation into the matter.
xHamster has been hit by another malvertising attack, and it may be part of campaign that struck other big sites earlier this year.
Google is teaming up with industry researchers to study attacking cybercrime by hitting the bad guys where it hurts most, in the wallet, instead of simply building taller internet security walls around sensitive data.
An anonymous source released the alleged phone number and home address of the Turing CEO who jacked up the price of life-saving AIDS and cancer drug.
Uber is attempting to squash the use of hacked customer accounts that have most likely been sold on the dark web and are currently being used in China.
Do you still believe you can prevent 100% of intrusion attempts? If not, how do you find attackers once they land in your network?
The dark web is beginning to emulate the traditional web in new and frightening ways, according to a Damballa blog post.
Proofpoint detailed Arid Viper's repurposed attacks and malware and pointed to it as evidence that reusing malware is trending.
The global cyber-insurance market could expand to US $7.5bn (£4.8bn) in annual premiums by 2020 according to PwC.
The US Department of Justice plans to second a prosecutor within the European Cyber-Crime Centre (EC3) in order to better combat hackers that frequently strike the US from the across the Atlantic.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted an email phishing scam on Wednesday that targets Amazon users in the UK.
A judge ruled that banks could band together in a class-action lawsuit as Target was negligent in protecting its customers' credit card data.
Dutch police, with the help of Kaspersky Lab, arrested two men in connection with a ransomware scheme that locked up thousands of devices.
The preponderance of security threats over mobile networks increasingly came from personal computers and laptops in the first half of 2015.
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations and promoting his new memoir former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the U.S. doesn't have a "meaningful deterrent" to cyber intrusions.
A major bug has been detected in Apple's iOS through which attackers can overwrite files and insert a signed app on a targeted device.
A Nigerian man was sentenced to more than 12 years in a prison and ordered to pay $13 million in restitution for his role in an internet fraud scheme
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