River City Media, an email marketing company that was reported last month as allegedly one of the world's largest spam operators, has filed a lawsuit against the security researcher who made the revelations.
Today's deal is for a course bundle that contains 5 eBooks and 2 courses on getting started with Machine Learning and Data Science. The contents of this bundle are normally priced at $443, but have been discounted 89% to $46.
A malware coder is injecting megabytes of junk data inside his malicious payloads, hoping to avoid detection by some antivirus solutions or delay investigations of infosec professionals.
Facebook's marketing department is using algorithms to identify emotionally vulnerable and insecure youth as young as 14, The Australian reported today after reporters managed to get their hands on a 23-page report from Facebook's Australian office.
An unpatched bug in the firmware of Intel Puma 6 chipsets — used within several models of gigabit cable modems — is causing latency issues, and may also be used to knock devices offline via a gentle packet stream.
A hacker (or hacker group) known as The Dark Overlord (TDO) has leaked the first ten episodes of season 5 of the "Orange Is The New Black" show after two failed blackmail attempts, against Larson Studios and Netflix.
Security researchers from Check Point have discovered a new Mac malware family that uses nag screens to obtain admin privileges, Tor to hide traffic diverted to a remote proxy, and a rogue certificate to intercept encrypted browser traffic.
A malware infection affecting servers belonging to the Virginia State Police (VSP) has shut down the department's email system, along with its ability to update the Virginia Sex Offender and Crimes Against Children Registry (SOR).
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 16184 for PC and Insider Preview Build 15208 for Mobile to insiders on the fast ring. With build 16184, Microsoft introduces My People to Windows 10, which allows users to pin people to the taskbar and communicate with them by installing apps such as Skype, Mail, and People.
Was a good week as not a lot of news when it comes to ransomware. Some more in-dev crap and nothing really new this week. The biggest news is that Cerber is now being distributed via MALSPAM that utilizes CVE-2017-0199 in the attached DOC files.
US officials successfully extradited a 30-year-old Italian man for his role in creating and running a botnet of hacked servers.
Mobile applications that open ports on Android smartphones are opening those phones to remote hacking, claims a team of researchers from the University of Michigan.
Today, WikiLeaks continued its "Vault 7" campaign by dumping another set of CIA files, but this time around, the organization also included the tool's source code, something they have not leaked in previous data dumps.
A severe security flaw in the implementation of the SNMP protocol allows an attacker to take over at least 58 cable modem models, according to a team of researchers.
Today's deal is for the VoCore2 Mini Linux computer and the Ultimate Dock. Vocore can be used for a variety of purposes such as running a Plex server, running mining software, or as a portable Linux server. This product normally costs $50, but has been discounted 13% as part of this deal to $42.99.
Google announced plans to increase the usage of the "Not secure" indicator on sites loaded via HTTP. The company's plan includes two major changes.
A group known as NoTrove is driving massive amounts of traffic to survey pages, scams sites, and shady software download portals, so much so that one of the domains they used in their campaings peaked at #517 in Amazon's Alexa traffic ranking, according to a report released today by digital threat management firm RiskIQ.
The ever-growing Hajime botnet is starting to worry security researchers as the botnet has reached a massive size, estimated at 300,000 infected devices.
There are over 85,000 RDP servers available for sale or rent via xDedic, a marketplace for selling or renting hacked servers that was exposed in June 2016.
An anonymous security researcher has published details on a vulnerability named "Antbleed," which the author claims is a remote backdoor affecting Bitcoin mining equipment sold by Bitmain, the largest vendor of crypto-currency mining hardware on the market.