Researchers claim that APT3, widely believed to be a China-based threat actor, is directly connected to the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS).
WannaCrypt's roots -- the malware behind world's biggest ransomware attack ever -- lie in an old Windows network protocol.
The bill would ensure that all software and hardware vulnerabilities in the US government's possession are properly reviewed in an effort to avoid a similar mass leak of NSA hacking tools and cyber-weapons.
The controversial "schedule 7" law can compel a person at the UK border to turn over device passwords.
Google is addressing a problem that allows a crafty credential theft attack on Windows through Chrome's default behavior.
The travel booking site wouldn't say how many users were affected.
Experts have confirmed there are similarities between code used by the ransomware WannaCry and the Lazarus APT.
The company wouldn't say how many customers were affected, but the breach affected over 220 stores.
The Virtual Lorenz machine lets you try a replica of the cipher system Hitler used to communicate in secret with his top generals.
The WannaCry ransomware, also known as Wanna Decryptor, WanaCrypt0r, WannaCrypt, Wana Decrypt0r and WCry, has infected more than 200,000 devices worldwide. The attacks affected banks, hospitals, ISPs, government agencies, transportation companies and manufacturing plants.
Researchers at DefenseCode claim a vulnerability in Google’s Chrome browser allows hackers to steal credentials and launch SMB relay attacks.
An earlier WannaCry ransomware sample shows code similarities with malware used by a North Korea-linked hacking group responsible for multiple financial and destructive attacks, security researchers say.
Ransomware has evolved to take on bigger targets, and has become more dangerous along the way.