The leak of a classified NSA document confirming that Russia interfered with the 2016 U.S. presidential race has reinforced the need to fix vulnerabilities in America's voting infrastructure before the next election cycle.
Researchers from Cybellum have discovered a 15-year-old code injection vulnerability and exploit technique that could allow attackers to maliciously take over antivirus programs and other software by abusing Microsoft's Windows Application Verifier debugging tool.
The developer behind a newly discovered ransomware named “Merry Christmas” is either slightly behind the times or simply doesn’t want the holidays to end. Not only was the malicious file encryptor found operating in the wild a whole nine days after Christmas on Jan. 3, 2017, but researchers later found a new variant on Jan. 8 that drops…
The Kimpton Hotel chain officially notified its customers that its point-of-sale system severs had been infected with malware earlier this year, possibly exposing payment card information and cardholder names.
NATO's recent proclamation that cyberspace is an official domain of warfare, along with Russia's reported cyberaggressions against the U.S. and Ukraine, raises interesting questions about how one can responsibly manage cyberwarfare.