Phishing sites are deploying freely available TLS certificates in order to dupe victims into thinking they're visiting a safe site.
Three Nigerian nationals have been handed prison sentences totaling 235 years by a U.S. court for their role in a massive international online scheme that involved romance scams, identity theft, fraud and money laundering.
22 universities in Australia will have to share the AU$5.7 million funding injection from the federal government to develop tech-related defence capabilities.
First, it was Microsoft's turn to deal with a terrible SMB security hole, WannaCry. Now, it's the open-source SMB server Samba's turn.
Russia's campaign of cyberespionage and disinformation has targeted hundreds of individuals and organizations from at least 39 countries along with the United Nations and NATO, researchers said Thursday.
A recently released extension for Chrome, developed by the public key crypto database Keybase, brought end-to-end encrypted messaging to several apps this week.
Rep. Tom Graves has revised a draft of the Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act with new provisions that include mandatory notification and permission to recovery or destroy stolen data on the attacker’s computer.
A linguistics analysis of the 28 ransom notes included with WannaCry indicate that native Chinese and English speakers wrote the original note, Flashpoint said.
The Samba Team has patched a severe bug that leaves computers vulnerable to wormable exploit.
Linguistic analysis of ransom notes by Flashpoint suggests the ransomware note writer speaks Chinese - and used Google Translate.
A total of 200 master keys can now be used by victims to decrypt and unlock their systems.
How security professionals stopped one botnet attack from getting much worse.
The European General Data Protection Regulation will take effect in exactly one year from today. It will affect any company that does business with the EU, whether that company is based in Europe or elsewhere (such as the US). While there have been many surveys indicating that affected firms are far from prepared, there are few that highlight the geographic disparity in readiness.