Canadian researchers at Citizen Lab released a report today describing a phishing campaign being conducted against Iranian dissidents and how utilizing a two-factor authentication (2FA) tool helped foil most of the attacks.
Drivers in the Washington, D.C. metro area are being targeted by a phishing scam that purports to come from E-ZPass.
The Pentagon said the names,emails and passwords uploaded to Twitter by a group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division appear to be not only out of date and incorrectly formatted.
The U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff's unclassified email system was brought back online yesterday after being shut down for two weeks when a phishing scam, possibly by the Russian group Apt 29, was discovered.
U.K. ham radio operators are the target of a phishing scam asking them to open a malware-infected attachment purportedly from Ofcom Spectrum Licensing.
Researchers have seen an uptick in TorrentLocker infections in the U.K. and Turkey.
SendGrid said the breach occurred after an employee account was compromised.
In an attack very similar to one last year, a SendGrid customer was compromised through its mail service account.
Researchers have picked up on a new spam campaign that sends victims phishing messages from a .gov account that thwarts email validation systems.
Hillary Clinton's emails went unencrypted for the first three months she was secretary of state but have been encrypted since.
Clinton said that the private email system she used during her tenure as Secretary of State was "effective and secure."
Hillary Clinton used a private email account during her tenure as secretary of state.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is catching flak for exclusively using her personal email account to do business for the four years she was at the State Department.
Spoofed emails claiming to be from the IRS and TurboTax are on the rise with attackers aiming to swipe personal information to ultimately steal tax refunds.
Symantec warns of a phishing campaign that fools victims with fake emails from LinkedIn Support.
Email security is a problem that continues to pop up in the news every two weeks and something needs to change.
The organization alerted partner companies of a breach that took place in July, in which attackers attempted to glean sensitive information.
Users who are duped and open up an attachment that claims to be a voice message become infected with the info-stealing malware.
Phishing emails are made to look like order confirmations from major retailers, like Best Buy, Target and Walmart, security firm Malcovery warns.
The latest ruse leverages the uptick in holiday shopping in order to lure victims into giving up personal information.
Trend Micro detailed the variant and attackers' delivery techniques.
The increase could be attributed to a recently discovered spam campaign that involves phony emails claiming to be from the Canadian Post or USPS.
Researchers at PhishMe warned of the campaign that uses purported payment confirmations to fool victims.
The bug, CVE-2014-6352, has a temporary solution, but still no permanent fix from Microsoft.
Email samples discovered by researchers at Trustwave reveal how attackers are infecting users with the DarkComet Remote Access Trojan.
Jaime Estrada was sentenced to nine months in prison and was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.
Google announced Tuesday that it will begin warning Gmail users if they are being targeted by state-sponsored attacks in hopes that they can take "immediate steps" to secure their accounts.
Researchers at security firm F-Secure said this week they have spotted a malicious PDF making the rounds that opens a legitimate copy of the Games' schedule, but in the background it tries to connect to a malicious website.
Cyber criminals have cloaked spam to resemble US Airways check-in emails in phishing attempts that lead to Zeus trojan infections.
Trustwave, a cloud-based compliance and information security solutions provider, announced on Tuesday it will acquire M86 Security, a web security solutions and anti-malware provider.
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