Almost 60 million users are affected, making it one of the largest hacks to date.
A relatively affordable and difficult to detect ransomware-as-a-service named AlphaLocker has begun making the rounds, researchers warn.
Security experts trade likes and votes to recover 1.17 billion credentials that show password re-use still alive and well
A major online casino ran headfirst into a ransomware infection and learned about how simple mistakes can lead to complicated problems.
An analysis of proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits shared online over the last year has shown that social media is the main distribution channel for PoCs, according to threat intelligence firm Recorded Future.
PoCs are developed by both researchers and threat actors — in many cases to demonstrate the existence of a software vulnerability and to show that it’s exploitable.
The story of how Bletchley Park codebreakers decrypted top secret Nazi communications
DARPA hopes it can 'fingerprint' individual cyberattackers and build a picture of their handiwork over time.
26 Connected Devices Per Human by 2020 Changes the Security Equation: How to Make Sure Your Network is Prepared
We seem to be hearing about Internet of Things (IOT) and the security challenges related to it everywhere these days…
A five-year-old privilege escalation vulnerability in Android disclosed today affects hundreds of different device models going back to Jelly Bean 4.3.
The issue can result in information leaks and local privilege escalation -- and it may be impossible to patch all vulnerable devices.
The tech giant has applied new security fixes for Xcode's git implementation.
Cisco alerted customers three vulnerabilities, one critical and two high, along with patches to fix them.
Apple has updated its Xcode development environment, patching two vulnerabilities in its implementation of git.
Cybercriminals accessed a W-2 portal maintained by payroll company ADP recently to glean sensitive information about employees at a handful of companies.
Researchers discovered 'a young Russian hacker' bragging in an online forum that he had acquired and was ready to give away 1.17 billion stolen credential records. Even after deduping, it still amounts to 272.3 million stolen accounts.