Since mid-September, a new IoT botnet has grown to massive proportions. Codenamed IoT_reaper (Reaper for this article), researchers estimate its current size at nearly two million infected devices.
Kansas University (KU) officials have expelled a student for installing a hardware keylogger and using the data acquired from the device to hack into the school's grading system and chang his grades.
The website of Eltima, a maker of macOS and Windows apps, has been compromised by an unknown actor to spread a trojanized version of Elmedia Player, a multimedia player for macOS.
A cyber-espionage group identified in the cyber-security industry as APT28 and believed to be operating under the supervision of the Russian state has recently dispatched several malware distribution campaigns that try to take advantage of a Flash zero-day vulnerability that Adobe patched earlier this week.
Google has launched a bug bounty program for popular apps available on its Play Store. Dubbed the Play Security Reward Program, the bug bounty will be offered through the HackerOne platform and is not aimed at Google's own Android apps.
Google Chrome engineers are considering adding a special browser permission that will thwart the rising trend of in-browser cryptocurrency miners.
The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) has issued a public service announcement on the security and privacy concerns surrounding modern children's smartwatches.
Crooks are mass-scanning online sites for directories containing SSH private keys so they can break into websites with any accidentally exposed credentials.
Google has removed eight apps from the official Play Store that were infected with the Sockbot Android malware.
No good deed remains unpunished, they say, and so is the case of the recent spat between Google and Microsoft's security teams.
Magniber is a new ransomware being distributed by the Magnitude Exploit Kit that appears to be the successor to the Cerber Ransomware. While many aspects of the Magniber Ransomware are different than Cerber, the payment system and the files it encrypts are very similar.
Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and the W3C have agreed today to unify all their documentation sites under one single roof, on Mozilla's MDN portal.
Ever since mid-September, when Coinhive launched and the whole cryptojacking frenzy started, the Internet has gone crazy with in-browser cryptocurrency miners, and new sites that offer similar services are popping up on a weekly basis.
A remote access trojan (RAT) known as Hacker's Door has resurfaced in active infections after being seen the last time in 2004-2005.
Google released earlier today version 62 of its Chrome browser that comes with quite a few new features but also fixes for 35 security issues.
Malware families evolve on a daily basis, but some updates catch your eye more than others. Necurs has just gone through one of these "interesting" updates, according to US security firm Symantec.
The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 has finally arrived, so let's learn how to isntall. Currently, the Fall Creators Update is being rolled out in phases, with some areas having it delivered via Windows Update before others.
A Russian-speaking malware author is currently busy spreading a Monero miner hidden inside gaming mods. The crook is using different usernames to spread the malware on forums for Russian-speaking users.
A hacker or hacker group is selling a strain of ATM malware that can make ATMs spit out cash just by connecting to its USB port and running the malware.
Evidence suggests the infamous Lazarus Group, a hacking crew believed to be operating out of North Korea, is behind the recent hack on the Far Eastern International Bank (FEIB) in Taiwan.