The cyberespionage gang Pawn Storm had an extremely active second half of 2017 with targets ranging from the Olympic Wintersports Federations to various political targets.
Cybercriminals have been spiking game apps, including several aimed at children, with malware that displays pornographic ads, pushes fake security apps, and registers users for premium services with permission.
Bannon, once Trump's campaign manager, will testify behind closed doors before the Housr Intelligence Committee probing Russia's interference on the U.S. presidential election.
Researchers released a whitepaper outlining 147 vulnerabilities in 34 mobile applications used in tandem with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems.
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.
President Trump initially contradicted a White House statement supporting FISA with a tweet ripping the act as potentially having been used to spy on his campaign, then clarified his support for the legislation in a second tweet.
Malwarebytes researcher Jerome Segura analyzed a RIG exploit campaign distributing malware coin miners.
Dickey is the first of Mueller's expanding, expert team who focuses exclusively on cybersecurity.
A newly discovered mobile malware program that primarily targets Russian banking customers can take over victims' SMS capabilities, allowing cybercriminals to intercept text messages that contain bank security codes, and then use those codes to reset bank account passwords.
For the second time in two days, Congressional Democrats have run counter to the wishes of their Republican colleagues by releasing information pertinent to Russia's cyberespionage activities and interference in democratic processes.
A newly proposed legislation introduced by two Democratic U.S. senators aims to impose stiff, mandatory penalties on credit reporting agencies (CRAs) like that fail to protect consumers' sensitive information from data breaches.
Researchers have discovered a fake utility app called Swift Cleaner that they believe may be the first Android mobile malware developed using the open-source Kotlin programming language.
A North Korean cryptominer is raising questions as to whether it is a tool or a prototype to carry out silent attacks on unsuspecting CPUs.
Mole on Trump team fed FBI info, Steele worried about political influence on FBI, Fusion GPS head says
Defying her GOP counterparts on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein made public the testimony of the CEO of Fusion GPS, the firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele, author of the controversial Trump dossier.
The Federal Trade commission fined toy firm VTech $650,000 as part of a settlement for violating a U.S. children's privacy laws.
More than 5.3 million residents of North Carolina were victims of data breaches in 2017 - an escalating trend that has prompted state Attorney General Josh Stein (D) and state Rep. Jason Saine (R) to introduce newly proposed legislation to prevent further incidents and protect the public.
A GulfTech researcher spotted multiple vulnerabilities In Western Digital's MyCloud products, some of which could lead to remote code execution and unauthorized access.
The Inspector General's initial review indicated that the names, Medicaid ID numbers, birth dates, diagnoses, Social Security numbers, addresses, and medical conditions of up to 30,000 recipients "were accessed in part or full."
The organization is chaired by IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty, Rep. Will Hurd, and former White House Homeland Security Advisor Lisa O. Monaco.
LockPoS, a point-of-sale malware program discovered in 2017 stealing payment card data from computers' memory, is now using a new malware injection technique designed to bypass antivirus hooks and evade detection.
An analysis of roughly 1,000 do-it-yourself phishing kits found that roughly a quarter of them double-cross the cybercriminals who implement them by secretly transmitting phished information to a third party who is most likely the kit's original developer.
A newly discovered mobile adware program called LightsOut was recently observed in numerous fake Android flashlight applications, reportedly prompting their removal from the Google Play Store.
What remains of the Andromeda botnet that was largely dismantled in a November 2017 global law enforcement operation will probably "slowly disappear" as remediation continues into 2018, predicted one cybersecurity company that assisted in the investigation.
Mueller reportedly has handwritten notes by former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus from conversations with the president that corroborate former FBI Director James Comey's account of meetings with Trump.
In addition to hiding cryptocurrency miners in the coding of websites, malicious actors may also increasingly conceal them within advertisements appearing on these sites, according to a new report from CoinDesk, citing the Israeli adtech firm Spotad.
Alarmed by the breadth of voter data requested by the commission many states had resisted its overtures, leading the White House to concede it was fighting an uphill battle.
Cybercriminals appear to be dropping Bitcoin for more private cryptocurrencies as law enforcement develop new techniques to monitor transactions.
A POS malware infection was responsible for compromising payment card data collected at certain Forever 21 stores last year -- an attack that was exacerbated by a lack of encryption on some devices, the apparel retailer stated.
John McAfee is warning users that anyone can be hacked after someone allegedly broke into his Twitter account to promote cryptocurrency investments.