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Read full post The often-overlooked hacking group appears to be backed by the North Korean government.
Read full post IBM has uncovered sophisticated campaigns which are successfully targeting Fortune 500 companies.
Read full post Cybercrime gang FIN7, aka Carbanak, spotted hiding behind another Windows function, according to research to be presented at Black Hat Asia next month.
Read full post The theft at India’s City Union Bank comes on the heels of news that attackers stole $6 million from a Russian bank via SWIFT network last year.
Read full post These vulnerabilities mark an evolutionary leap forward, and companies must make fighting back a priority.
Read full post A further breakdown of the overall figures shows that, in all, the actual cost hinges on a number of variables. The factors that enter heavily into the equation include attack types and their frequency, along with the...
Read full post Researchers have discovered that Tesla’s AWS cloud systems were compromised for the purpose of cryptojacking.
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Read full post The plan came a day after a federal indictment describing a Russian conspiracy to interfere in the 2016 election.
Read full post Given the ease of copying and pasting the treacherous “crash character” into a message, Apple needed to get a patch out quickly.
Read full post The way people shop has changed drastically over the last 10 years. E-commerce continues to boom. In fact, 80% of Americans made an online purchase in the past month, according to the Omni-Channel Retail Report from BigEcommerce....
Read full post The malware can remotely steal passwords by logging everything a user types, and more.
Read full post If Facebook doesn’t stop tracking users across the web, it could face a fine of €250,000 ($315,000) per day, says Belgian court.
Read full post Microsoft wasn’t able to come up with a patch within Google’s non-negotiable “you have 90 days” period, so the flaw is now public.
Read full post This hack is said to be reminiscent of a particularly brazen bank cyber-heist from February 2016, in which hackers successfully pilfered $81 million from the account of the central bank of Bangladesh at the Federal Reserve Bank...
Read full post The geriatric Bitcoin miner breathed out “spurious emissions” that befogged T Mobile’s broadband network in Brooklyn
Read full post Security researchers and reporters have something in common: both hold the powerful accountable. But doing so has painted a target on their backs — and looming threats of legal action and lawsuits have many concerned.
Read full post It wasn’t *only* SQL injection, but it shows how far you can go if a company exposes its soft and fleshy parts to the internet.
Read full post Russian nationals reportedly used stolen American identities and infrastructure to influence the 2016 election outcome.
Read full post Crooks revived an old visual trick to disguise files that would otherwise look dangerous right away.
Read full post The new ‘Charter of Trust’ aims to make security a key element of the digital economy, critical infrastructure.
Read full post Thousands of documents from US and international citizens were exposed on an Amazon S3 bucket configured for public access.
Read full post These intelligent botnet clusters swarm compromised devices to identify and assault different attack vectors all at once.
Read full post Google’s about to make your inbox a much more interesting place
Read full post Two more men involved in the massive payment card theft from multiple major US corporations that began in 2007 now sent to federal prison.
Read full post The vulnerability of critical infrastructure, including energy grids, to cyberattacks has been a growing concern worldwide. Many nations have been scrambling to improve their defenses vis-à-vis threats faced by services that are critical to the continuity of...
Read full post The Cyber News Rundown brings you the latest happenings in cybersecurity news weekly. Who am I? I’m Connor Madsen, a Webroot Threat Research Analyst and a guy with a passion for all things security. Any questions? Just...