An easy-to-exploit bug has left Tinder accounts and private chats exposed to hackers, revealed a researcher this week.
Researchers discovered new details in the "Olympic Destroyer" malware which targeted the Winter Olympics in n Pyeongchang, South Korea.
A phishing attack compromised the information of Waldo County employees in Maine.
Radiflow researchers discovered the malware attacking the OT network of a water utility company in order to mine the Monero cryptocurrency.
Cybercriminals are exploiting traditional measures of trust to gain a foothold on users systems by compromising trusted sites.
A Columbia University grad student was arrested for leaving key logger malware on USB sticks left throughout the campus.
Kaspersky researchers found that access to legitimate adult sites is fueling a lucrative trade on the dark web.
Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Sunday told customers it would be repaying about 90 percent of the $534 million worth of NEM coin stolen.
A recent uptick in cyberattacks on organizations using cryptocurrency-mining tools suggest a trend of cybercriminals using cryptominers for more disruptive and destructive attacks.
The elusive FinFisher spyware, which is used widely in covert surveillance campaigns, especially by oppressive nations against political opposition, could soon be cracked, researchers believe.
A Florida state law enforcement officer purchased publicly available software which could allow the interception of social media messages, email and other information.
The personal identifiable information (PII) of infants, including Social Security numbers, were spotted advertised for sale on the dark web.
The UK creator of malware resources Cryptex and reFUD.me, used by thousands in the cyber-crime world, has this week pleaded guilty to charges under the Computer Misuse Act and Proceeds of Crime Act.
Academics with innovative ideas in cyber-security that have potential for commercialisation are invited to apply for grants of up to £16k from Innovate UK, working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
A new variant of the disk wiping malware KillDisk is targeting financial firms in Latin America to wreak havoc without leaving so much as a note.
Taiwanese police handed out malware-laden USB sticks as prizes for a security quiz given during an infosec conference in December 2017.
Trend Micro researchers notified Google of a total of 36 malicious apps on Google Play posing as security tools.
Nanyang Technological University researchers developed a technique to leverage a phones sensors to guess a user's PIN code.
As cybersecurity has grown in importance within organizations, professional development has become a greater priority. These groups stand out as they educate and elucidate.
Romanian law enforcement arrested a gang of five men who operated a ransomware distribution organization that spread Cerber and CTB-Locker.
Trend Micro researchers spotted two ATM malware families which raise concern of what's to come.
A tech CEO noticed the free Wi-Fi at his local Starbucks didn't exactly come without a price after discovering the network was to mining cryptocurrency.
Malware-free or fileless, attacks are on the rise as the lines between nation-state sponsored attack groups and eCrime threat actors are blurred.
The University of Stanford announced that it has left sensitive student and staff data exposed on three separate occasions over the last year.
A new drive-by cryptominer is using a unique technique which allows malicious site owners and threat actors to keep mining Monero.
Cyber-criminals will use artificial intelligence and machine learning to outwit IT security and mount new forms of cyber-attacks, according to predictions made by McAfee.
Cobalt malware was documented exploiting the 17 year old CVE-2017-11882 vulnerability.
A new strain of ransomware has been discovered that is being distributed by the Necurs botnet, according to security researchers.
Early variants of a self-replicating ransomware implemented entirely in VBA macros were discovered last week.