A 29-year-old hacker has plead guilty in German court to an attack last year which downed internet service all across the country.
Citing data from the State Election Commission, the Wall Street Journal contended that the high number of attempts could be an indicator that swing states were even more widely targeted.
Malwarebytes has discovered a new cyberattack modus operandi that has hackers incorporating legitimate apps into their malware to accomplish specific tasks.
The late Peter W. Smith, who put together an investigative team that included researchers, attorneys and investigators, claimed to have uncovered five hacking groups who allegedly had Clinton's emails.
A bizarre back and forth tweet war that has been taking place between the Shadow Brokers and a person going by the Twitter handle @drwolfff that could culminate today with the latter person doxing himself, essentially beating the Shadow Group to the punch.
The stolen credentials reportedly give access to internal databases from the server admin.state.mn.us, which connects to other databases of the sites mn.state.us and mn.gov
The June Wikileaks document dump of pilfered Vault 7 CIA documents includes a multipurpose framework called CherryBlossom designed to crack into routers mostly used in homes, public places and small businesses.
A U.K. citizen has pleaded guilty on June 15 to hacking into a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) communications system three years ago and accessing the PII on 800 people and 30,000 individual satellite telephones.
Increase in use of printers as an attack vector for hackers: recommended that purchasing decisions include security considerations, not just price.
Representatives Scott Taylor, R-Va., and Ted Lieu, D-Calif., today introduced the House version of the Hack the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Act.
Two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would create a bug bounty program for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Former CIA Director John Brennan testified today before the House Intelligence Committee that he personally warned a Russian intelligence agency to stop interfering with the 2016 election.
An in depth look at the cyberespionage gang Pawn Storm by Trend Micro reveals an incredibly complicated and capable group that has penetrated several important political and government organization and for the most part has done so on the back of one of the most basic attack methodologies available. Phishing.
A Texas high school sophomore was arrested on March 31 and charged with a felony for hacking into the Spring Branch Independent School District computer system in order to change student's grades.
The OurMine hackers known for hijacking online social media accounts, supposedly to test their security, executed what it's calling the largest hack in YouTube history, after changing the written content on hundreds of the video service's channels on Friday.
A parliamentary committee has proposed a monitoring unit in order to ward off the threat of foreign powers trying to influence UK election.
Yahoo hacker Karim Baratov was denied bail and remanded into custody by a Canadian court until extradition proceedings to the United States are completed.
All 156 alarms started sounding before midnight Friday and a spokesperson said authorities suspect the system was hacked.
Cybercriminals in Russia and Europe have found a weak spot in some ATM machines that allow them to access a vital bus giving them complete control of the unit's cash dispensing system.
Hackers, purporting to be part of a Turkish crime family, are threatening to remotely wipe 200 million iPhones following an alleged breach of iCloud security.
As part of its #NoHacked campaign, Google has published figures on the state of website security, and the trend doesn't look good.
Hackers cracked into a third-party Twitter service where they stole login credentials enabling them to post anti-Dutch tweets on hundreds of high-profile Twitter accounts.
There was some good news reported in Mandiant's M-Trends 2017 report, but this was heavily outweighed by many negative points.
The head of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre has written to political parties warning of potential Russian-backed hacking to sway the British electorate.
The Nebraska senator reported multiple password reset attempts in a series of tweets Saturday evening.
The information released has yet to be verified but revealed multiple zero days that Apple and Google said are being fixed.