IBM’s X-Force research team has reported that the recently discovered CoreBot malware has lived up to its earlier warnings quickly transforming into a full-fledged banking Trojan that is active in the wild.
Zimperium zLabs has released to the public a working exploit that shows how the Stagefright vulnerabilities can allow remote code execution without user interaction.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) has introduced a new video program to help government workers avoid cyber attacks.
The head of the U.S. Cyber Command believes his organization’s capabilities need to be better integrated into all aspects of the country’s cybersecurity effort and should be an integral part of all upcoming military plans.
China’s U.S. ambassador warned that any sanctions imposed against Chinese interests could negatively impact Chinese President Xi Jinping’s upcoming Washington visit.
In a story seemingly straight out of a scfi novel, Kaspersky Labs implanted a 2mm sub-dermal microchip into the hand of one of its employees that can carry a plethora of personal data, and like all such devices, can be hacked.
Heimdal Security reported an increase in malicious scripts infecting legitimate websites that then redirect the victim to the Neurtino exploit kit server that could potentially impact more than 400 million web users.
Employees love to gamble with their employer’s internet security by installing potentially vulnerable gambling apps on their company issued mobile devices, according to a report by Veracode.