A location tracking cloud vulnerability was found on hundreds of smartwatch brands using Thinkrace platform which allows third parties to access the devices without any particular hacking skills.
A warning has been issued for an expected state-sponsored cyber attack on Tokyo 2020 Games after uncovering some phishing emails made up to look as if they are coming from Olympic staff.
Even with 64% of cloud security incidents stemming from unauthorized access, businesses are still underestimating access security with only 7% of security leaders citing account takeovers as top risk.
A recently discovered trojan, PDFReader, exploits Facebook Ads Manager by using a legitimate-looking digital security certificate to access and grab cookies from victim’s Facebook session.
As part of a major change in strategy, it now appears that Iranian hackers APT33 are shifting their focus to critical infrastructure targets, threatening ICS security.
According to a new FBI warning, hackers are stepping up their attacks on U.S. automotive industry to include ransomware infections, data breaches, phishing attacks, and corporate espionage activities.
Experian’s seventh annual “Data Breach Industry Forecast 2020,” outlines five key data breach trends to keep an eye on over the next 12 months involving smishing, drones, deepfakes, mobile POS systems and cryptocurrencies.
98% of top 1,000 U.S. websites were reported to be inadequately secured against client-side attacks which raise significant alarm bells about the current state of modern web architecture.
Hackers recently launched a credential stuffing attack on the new Disney+ streaming service by using database of usernames and passwords from previous hacks.
While there is no evidence at present of a rash of "juice jacking attacks on public USB charging stations, or even any novel exploits of this nature, appropriate precautions should still be taken.