Hacker group Anonymous is planning to reveal the identities of up to 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members, the latest twist in an ongoing cyber-war on the white supremacist group.
In Twitter messages and a YouTube video, the "hacktivist" collective said it had obtained the list of names from the Twitter account of a clan member.
A malicious data-stealing Android app that impersonates a Microsoft Word document has already infected several hundred users, primarily in China.
Researchers representing security companies that are part of the Cyber Threat Alliance have conducted an in-depth investigation into the cybercriminal operations leveraging CryptoWall 3.0 ransomware.
Whether for reasons of fear, faith or intrigue, humans have long pondered the possibilities of an afterlife.
The United States Senate this week passed a controversial cybersecurity bill designed to facilitate sharing of threat data between private companies and the government in an effort to prevent data breaches.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week: The latest Xen vulnerability, CISA passing the Senate, a researcher challenging that Weak DH paper, and more.
Xen patched a seven-year-old vulnerability that allows an attacker to escape a guest virtual machine and attack the host operating system.
Notable security news items for the week ending October 30, 2015.