- Zero days used in attacks on ...
- Researchers spot ransomware evolving into 'doxware' ...
- Cyber attacks targeting DoD contractor, OPM, ...
- DDoS attack Friday hits Twitter, Reddit, ...
- NSA's Martin allegedly stole 50TB of ...
- In a BIND: Third parties distributed ...
- Russia behind Podesta hack, report
- Mozilla patches two Firefox vulnerabilities
- U.S. bank regulators propose enhanced cybersecurity ...
- Research details Sednit APT surveillance campaign
Russian hackers are employing zero-day exploits to infect target networks, according to security researchers at ESET.
Threat actors are upping the ante with "doxware" by implementing features to ransomware that could leak a victim's data if ransoms aren't paid.
A Chinese cyber attack targeting a U.S. Defense Department contractor was linked to the OPM hack.
The East Coast was under siege on Friday morning from a large-scale distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) that brought down a number of prominent websites, including Twitter, Spotify, Netflix, GitHub, Amazon and Reddit.
U.S. federal prosecutors reportedly will charge former National Security Agency (NSA) staffer Harold Martin III not only removed 50 terabytes of data from NSA servers, but also removed "six full banker's boxes" of documents along with a host of computer hardware, according to published reports.
The Internet Systems Consortium issued an advisory on Wednesday, warning that some third parties are distributing versions of ISC's BIND software that contain a high-severity vulnerability, which if exploited can trigger an assertion failure.
Mozilla pushed out two security patches for Firefox on Oct. 20 rated as potentially having a high impact on users of the popular browser.
Yahoo sent a letter to U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper with a request to clear up the matter of whether Yahoo cooperated in a government request to scan its users' emails.
DATA BREACH BLOG
Katy Independent School District (ISD) in Texas is alerting select students that their information may have been compromised by a third-party vendor.
The Hutchinson Community Foundation in Kansas was hit with a data breach and ransomware attack.
The Central Ohio Urology Group reported that in early August it became aware of an incident where an unauthorized posted patient and employee information to Twitter.