A Florida man has been charged with federal charges related to the Reveton ransomware scam that prosecutors say he helped operate prior to his hiring at Microsoft.
Despite major investments in cybersecurity, email fraud continues to rise as cybercriminals' tactics become more advanced.
Gwent Police failed to inform up to 450 people that hackers may have accessed their confidential information after it found that an online tool that allowed citizens to report incidents to the Police was exposed to hackers.
BeeToken customers were duped out of more than $1 million worth of Ethereum in a phishing scam targeting BeeToken's initial coin offering (ICO).
A phony and malicious application imitating the Telegram app made its way into the Google Play Store posing as a newer updated version of the popular messaging app.
A Parkville, Mo. man was sentenced to six years in prison for illegally entering his former employer's computer system to remove code and for having child pornography on his home computer.
A Battle Royale is developing around the Fortnite game Battle Royale with the news that the game's maker, Epic Games, is suing a 14-year-old player for buying and using cheat codes that the company claims cost it money.
A new strain of ransomware has been discovered that is being distributed by the Necurs botnet, according to security researchers.
Group IB, the cybersecuirty firm that uncovered the BadRabbit ransomware attacks in October, inked a threat-exchange agreement with INTERPOL.
A trojanized version of Elmedia Player software was seen being distributed via Elmedia's own official site in the late hours of Oct 20, 2017.
As cryptocurrencies grow in value researchers have taken note that cybercriminals are adapting old drive-by download style attack methods.
The founder of a professional networking site was sentenced to a year and one day in prison after hacking into a competitor's database.
A new family of ATM malware, dubbed ATMii, which is using legitimate proprietary libraries and a small piece of code to cause the machines to spit out money.
CBS's Showtime is the latest site to silently mine cryptocurrencies off of the systems of unsuspecting users in the latest trend of cryptocurrency miner infections.
An aggressive ransomware campaign is infecting victims with a Locky variant that only uses a single identifier for all of its victims.
A Houston man was sentenced to 27 months in prison for hacking into the Centerville Clinic computer system, disabling all administrative controls and using the health care facilities credit card to make purchases at Staples.