Cybercriminals appear to have an obsession with abusing GitHub and GitHub-related services to hide in-browser cryptocurrency mining scripts that they later use on hacked sites.
Facebook announced today that it removed 32 Facebook and Instagram accounts and pages for exhibiting behavior consistent a political influence campaign, which Facebook said it previously saw during the 2016 US Presidential Election.
UK-based shipping company Clarkson PLC (or Clarksons) has revealed more details about a security breach that took place last year, and during which hackers threatened to release some of the company's data online if it didn't pay a ransom demand.
The SamSam ransomware has earned its creator(s) more than $5.9 million in ransom payments since late 2015, according to the most comprehensive report ever published on SamSam's activity, containing information since the ransomware's launch in late 2015 and up to attacks that have happened earlier this month.
On Monday, officials from Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su), a borough part of the Anchorage Metropolitan Statistical Area, said they are still recovering from a ransomware infection that took place last week, on July 24.
Mozilla designers are looking to redesign the Firefox logo, and they have asked the browser's fanbase for feedback.
A massive malvertising campaign has been exposed today in a report published by cybersecurity firm Check Point.
The US Department of Defense plans to implement HTTPS and HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) for all its public-facing websites by the end of the year.
The Department of Defense (DOD) acquisition chief confirmed on Friday in a press conference that they've been silently working on a "Do Not Buy" list of companies known to use Chinese and Russian software in their products.
The Braden River High School football program is in trouble after it was caught accessing the training videos of four of its rivals.
On Friday, ICO platform KickICO acknowledged a security breach during which an unknown attacker (or attackers) stole over 70 million KICK tokens ($7.7 million at the time of the hack) from the platform's wallets.
The Mozilla Foundation, the organization behind the Firefox browser, is working on adding a new feature to its browser that is similar to the Site Isolation feature that Google rolled out to Chrome users this year.
Security researchers have discovered a new exploit kit, currently active mainly in Asian countries, which, they say, has been busy spreading bootkits and cryptocurrency-mining (coinminer) malware.
Mozilla is testing a new feature in Firefox called Time Travel Debugging. The feature is aimed at developers and is currently only available in the latest version of Firefox Nightly for Mac.
A French security researcher has stumbled upon an adware delivery scheme that involves clone websites that use legitimately-looking domain names to trick victims into downloading famous apps, but which are actually laced with adware.