Two new samples of the Shamoon data have been discovered in the wild, after a period of silence that lasted for about two years.
The world of macOS malware has a new member that makes no effort to keep appearances and looks rather like a bare-bones version that is still under development.
A misconfigured server exposed the taxpayer identification numbers, or Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas (CPFs), for 120 million Brazilian nationals for an unknown period of time.
A new advanced threat actor has emerged on the radar, targeting organizations in the defense and the critical infrastructure sectors with fileless malware and an exploitation tool that borrows code from a trojan associated with the Lazarus group
In the latest Windows 10 Insider build, Microsoft has released a new version of Notepad that includes changes that bring it closer to what we have come to expect from modern text file editors.
An Android malware posing as a battery optimization app social engineers its way into stealing funds from PayPal users, despite two-factor authentication protection, by simply prompting them to log into the app.
Today, Adobe released security updates that fix numerous critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Reader. This was a massive update, with over 87 vulnerabilities being patched by Adobe.
Today is Microsoft's December 2018 Patch Tuesday, which means it is time to update your computer so that you are protected from the latest threats to Windows and Microsoft products. Two of the patched critical vulnerabilities are known to have been used in the wild, so it is important that these updates are installed immediately.
The December 2018 cumulative updates are now available for supported versions of Windows 10. Today's update for Windows 10 has addressed the security and non-security issues.
The Cobalt hacking group specialized in breaching the networks financial institutions and banks is now using a new variant of the ThreadKit exploit builder kit for Microsoft Office documents.
More than 40,000 users victims of phishing attacks had their credentials for unlocking online accounts for government services stolen. The information might have already been sold on underground hacker forums
The relatively new espionage group Speedworm proves to be highly adaptive by using GitHub to keep their malware and by carefully observing the developments on the infosec scene via social networking services.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18298 (19H1) to insiders in the Fast ring. This build contains numerous new features and improvements including the ability to setup a security key directly from the Sign-in options screen, a new file explorer icon, Start Menu changes, mouse cursor options, and more.
Non-public details on about 52.5 million Google+ profiles were accessible to developers of apps requesting permission to view data the user had configured to remain private.
A mobile clickfraud campaign used 22 Android apps to trick online advertisers into paying the higher price for advertising on iPhone 5 to 8 Plus devices.
Microsoft has confirmed that the upcoming Chromium-based Edge browser will also be able to run Chrome extensions. While this will greatly expand the functionality of the browser, it will also open it up to the increasing amount of malicious Chrome extensions that are seen on a daily basis.
The recently disclosed critical-impact bug in Kubernetes created strong ripples in the security world of the container-orchestration system. Now, multiple demo exploits exist and come with easy-to-understand explanations.
Did you know that pressing the F7 key while using the Windows command prompt will display a box containing a list of previously typed commands? If not, then these tips may help you use the Command Prompt more efficiently.
Sextortion email scams have been a very successful way of generating money for criminals. A new Sextortion campaign is now taking it to the next level by tricking recipients into installing the Azorult information-stealing Trojan, which then downloads and installs the GandCrab ransomware.