Because of the significant damage a DDoS attack can cause, many IT teams will put protecting against the threat high on their agenda. However, what many IT teams may be completely unaware of is that there are a wide variety of different types of DDoS attack vectors in a cybercriminals’ arsenal.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is suing Israeli surveillance technology firm NSO Group. It alleged that NSO group exploited a WhatsApp hack to spy on more than 1,400 people in 20 countries.
Winnti malware makes a “comeback”, victimizing major international firms including Bayer, BASF, Siemens and others. The attackers are particularly interested in industrial secret and tracking movements of specific people.
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?
Latest variant of Fakebank Android malware adds even more functional threats to banking clients – in the form of ‘vishing’ (voice phishing). It can now intercept outgoing and incoming calls which is then redirected to scammers which allows them to pose as legitimate employees of the bank.
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.
Major anti-malware vendors, Symantec, McAfee, and Trend Micro, allegedly had their source code stolen by Russian hackers. The full set of data including access to the companies' networks are now going on sale for $300,000.
New report shows Chinese hackers engaging in cyber espionage by stealing SMS messages and phone records to track and monitor top diplomats and foreign leaders.
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.