Researchers at Top10 VPN have uncovered a thriving marketplace for selling U.K. gamer logins and passwords on the popular Battle Royal-esque game "Fortnite" on the dark web.
A cryptocurrency entrepreneur and investor is suing AT&T for permitting a $23.8 million theft in a "SIM Swap" scam conducted by an authorized agent.
Cybercriminals may soon be able to target entire power grids without using Stuxnet like malware to infiltrate critical infrastructure.
US-Cert announced updates and patch releases for VMware, Samba, Internet Key Exchange, and Linux kernel, respectively, to address a host of vulnerabilities.
Check Point researchers discovered a new attack surface for Android applications that leverages external storage, dubbed Man-in-the-Disk attacks.
In Aprils 2018, Irdeto researchers discovered 854 listings of OTT credentials from 69 unique sellers across more than 15 dark web marketplaces.
Attackers launched a DNS hijacking campaign targeting Brazilian bank customer credentials through the end-user IoT devices.
DHS-backed researchers spot serious vulnerabilities built into phones used by all major U.S. carriers
Kryptowire researchers funded by the Department of Homeland Security spotted vulnerabilities built into phones at all major U.S. carriers.
Snapchat's source code was leaked and posted on GitHub after a recent iOS update exposed a portion of the social media platform's source code.
Black Hat USA 2018: IBM researchers developed AI powered malware to demonstrate future threat models
IBM researchers at Black Hat USA 2018 announced their development of DeepLocker, described as a highly targeted and evasive attack tool powered by AI.
The DarkHydrus threat group is now using the open-source Phishery tool to harvest credentials in the Middle East against an educational institution.
A MongoDB database containing the health care information of more than 2 million patients in Mexico was left exposed revealing sensitive patient information.
A third-party website misconfiguration resulted in the exposure of sensitive data by credit card issuer TCM Bank leaked applicant data for 16 months.
Fortnite's Android version will be ditching the Google Play Store after a dispute over Google's 30 percent revenue share, opting instead to distribute through the Epic Games, the game's creator, website.
Palo Alto Unit 42 researchers identified several Google Play apps infected with malicious Window's Executable Files.
A high school valedictorian who went on to attend the University of Massachusetts Boston is now being charged with stealing $2 million in cryptocurrency by hacking cell phones.
The program is private and those who have been invited to participate have been instructed to focus on firmware-level vulnerabilities.
When a local resident filed an Open Records Act request after noticing surveillance cameras had been installed in a public park without prior notice, the police department denied his request.
Researchers dubbed the custom PowerShell based payload, RogueRobin, and said it's possible the group pieced together the tool using code from legitimate open source tools.
Android has announced its latest version, Android P, will include several security improvements such as a hardware security module, improved biometric authentication, and protected confirmation.
The Hidden Bee cryptominer is being delivered to users via an improved drive-by download tooldkit which exploits the CVE-2018-4878 Flash Player vulnerability.
Intel released patches for three high-severity flaws in its Smart Sound Technology which could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on Intel Core and Atom processor-based PCs.