The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published documents on Monday that detail a plan for collecting extra information on all US immigrants, including not only permanent residents but also previously naturalized citizens.
Security researchers from Trend Micro published a report detailing a new malware family named ZNIU that uses Dirty COW to root devices and plant a backdoor.
Hours before Apple was supposed to launch its new macOS version — codenamed High Sierra (10.13) — Patrick Wardle, a well-known Apple security researcher, former NSA hacker, and Chief Security Researcher at Synack, published a video demonstrating a zero-day exploit in the company's upcoming OS.
Deloitte, one of the world's biggest accounting, auditing, and corporate finance consulting firms, has suffered a data breach.
Earlier today, Avast published a full list of companies affected by the second-stage CCleaner malware, as part of its ongoing investigation into the CCleaner hack that took place last week.
During the past year, there has been a surge in data breach reporting regarding Amazon S3 servers left accessible online, and which were exposing private information from all sorts of companies and their customers.
Coinhive is quickly becoming the Martin Shkreli of the Internet, going from an innovative tool that lets you mine Monero with your browser, to a technology abused by hoards of malware authors.
A new bootlocker ransomware called RedBoot will encrypt files on the computer, replace the MBR, or Master Boot Record, of the system drive and then appears to trash the partition table.
GO Keyboard, an insanely popular custom keyboard app for the Android OS, also available on the official Google Play Store, was caught collecting user data and downloading and running code from a third-party server.
Here's one group of fans George R. R. Martin may not want on the Game of Thrones bandwagon — the authors of the Locky ransomware.
According to Avast, the database where the CCleaner hackers were collecting data from infected hosts ran out of space and was deleted on September 12, meaning information on previous victims is now lost to investigators and the number of computers infected with the second-stage backdoor payloads may be larger than initially believed.