Microsoft detected a second hacking team targeting Orion software and running its campaign parallel to the Russian hacking group; SolarWinds acknowledges the threat.
Browser extensions are creeping their way into being a favorite of malicious actors. Why are dangerous extensions still a challenge, even though Google is actively combating the problem?
FBI arrested a Russian hacker who offered a $1 million bribe to a Russian speaking Tesla employee to install malware for a ransomware attack.
New malware Ramsay was found to specifically target air-gapped networks by laying low and inactive in infected files until it is connected to the intended target.
New report reveals a coordinated campaign by five Chinese APT groups that dates back at least eight years and exploits underlooked remote access vulnerabilities in Linux servers.
Google says it blocks 18 million daily malware and phishing emails related to COVID-19 plus another 240 million daily spam messages related to the coronavirus pandemic.
This is the third time the FBI is warning of the persistent Kwampirs malware conducting supply chain attack now targeting the healthcare sector and with increased intensity during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Google has culled 500 over Chrome browser extensions used in a massive ad fraud campaign that pingponged 1.7 million users through dozens of ads and redirected them to phishing site.
Malwarebytes has debunked the common belief that Macs are safer, reporting that malware threats targeting Mac computers had almost doubled that of Windows machines in 2019.
U.S. government-funded Android phones are found to contain unremovable pre-installed malware that leaves the phone vulnerable to invasive advertising and auto-installation of apps without user’s permission.