Russian investigative experts sent to Turkey to help with the investigation into the assassination of Andrey Karlov, the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, are attempting to crack the killer's iPhone, but doing it without asking Apple for help.
Recent versions of the Cerber ransomware are behaving somewhat different from older variants, with the ransomware not deleting shadow volume copies, prioritizing specific folders and ignoring others.
2016 is almost over and it definitely taught us one thing; Ransomware is here to stay and it's only going to get worse. This guide contains tips and steps that every computer user needs to do in order to protect their data from ransomware.
Starting with December 16, scores of Groupon UK users have been complaining online about having their accounts hacked after finding out that fraudsters have placed countless of orders using the payment card the victims had attached to their Groupon profile.
A cyber-espionage group linked to the Russian military has developed Android malware which it used to infect the smartphones of Ukrainian soldiers and track Ukrainian field artillery units, according to a report released today by Crowdstrike.
A new technique for sending email spam has become very popular with cyber-criminals, said Cisco this week, following an investigation from its Talos and OpenDNS Umbrella security teams.
Google released this week a new tool called Project Wycheproof, which is a set of automated tests developers can run on their code and identify weaknesses or problems in the sections that deal with cryptography operations.
More details have surfaced regarding a recent wave of brute-force attacks (dictionary attacks to be more accurate) that have targeted WordPress sites over the past few weeks.
Today we have a deal for a 3 year premium subscription to True Key by Intel Security. True Key is a password manager that allows you to securely store and generate passwords so that you have unique ones at every site you visit. With data breaches being all too common, it is imperative that everyone use unique password at every site.
A man who worked at Google as a product manager in its Nest division is now suing the company over what he and his lawyer describe as an internal "spying program."
A UK judge sentenced a crook part of a cybercrime operation that used banking malware to five years in prison for stealing £840,000 ($1,035,000) from victims all over the world.
Security firm IOActive published research yesterday detailing security flaws in the in-flight entertainment systems developed by Panasonic Avionics, used by multiple airlines such as United, Emirates, Virgin, KLM, Etihad, Scandinavian, Air France, and many other more.
If you are a CryptXXX Ransomware victim who didn't pay the ransom and instead decided to store their encrypted files and ransom notes for future fixes then you are in luck. Today, Kaspersky announced that they updated their RannohDecryptor program to decrypt CryptXXX encrypted files that have the .crypt, .cryp1 and .crypz extensions.
Somebody is building a botnet by infecting Linux servers and Linux-based IoT devices with a new malware strain named Rakos. First detected online over the summer, this new malware strain is harmless, at least in its current variant.
A bot farm involving hundreds of servers and over 570K different IP addresses has caused losses for online video advertisers ranging from $3 to $5M per day. This bot farm, nicknamed Methbot, dates back to Sep 2015, when US security firm White Ops had first detected signs of automated traffic coming from the crook's infrastructure.
Malware distributed via affiliate programs and bundled with other applications is using a devious tactic to fool users into installing it on their systems.
According to statements from Ukrenergo, a Ukrainian energy provider, a cyber-attack may have caused a power outage in northern Ukraine, almost a year after another cyber-attack had shut down power supply across several regions during Christmas 2015.