Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher known as MalwareTech, has pleaded not guilty to today in a Las Vegas court to charges of creating and updating the Kronos banking trojan, according to his lawyer Adrian Marie Lobo.
It has been a week heavily dominated by GlobeImposter variants being released here and there and smaller ransomware variants with little or no distribution. We also saw news about companies still being affected by the NotPetya attack.
Earlier today, the hackers leaked the fourth episode of Game of Thrones season 7 on Vidme and Google Drive. HBO intervened and took down the Google Drive links, but the Vidme page is still up and streaming the leaked episode at the time of writing.
Microsoft has declined to patch a vulnerability in the Server Message Block (SMB) file sharing protocol that affects all versions of the Windows operating system released in the past two decades, since Windows 2000.
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Google announced yesterday a new Play Store search and ranking algorithm that takes into account an Android application's performance metrics.
The Cerber ransomware has received an update that allows it to collect and steal data from a victim's computer, similar to an infostealer.
In cooperation with Interpol, Group-IB, a Moscow-based cyber-security firm, has tracked down and revealed the real-world identities of five members of the United Islamic Cyber Force (UICF).
MalwareTech — the security researcher who stopped the WannaCry ransomware outbreak — was arrested in Las Vegas on accusations of creating the Kronos banking trojan together with another person.
WikiLeaks has released today eight manuals from the CIA's Dumbo project, a tool that the Agency uses to disable webcams, microphones, and other surveillance software.
The developer of a very popular Google Chrome extension has regained access over his tool after an unknown hacker had managed to hijack his developer account and push a malicious version that contained adware.
In the face of devastating penalties prepared by Google, Symantec announced plans to sell its SSL issuance certificate business to rival company DigiCert.
The Juscutum Attorneys Association, a Ukrainian law firm, is rallying NotPetya victims to join a collective lawsuit against Intellect-Service LLC, the company behind the M.E.Doc accounting software, the point of origin of the NotPetya ransomware outbreak.
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Mozilla engineers have launched three experimental features today named Send, Voice Fill, and Notes.
US pharmaceutics giant Merck was severely affected by the NotPetya ransomware outbreak that took place at the end of June, and the company is still struggling to restore all systems and resume normal operations, according to an 8-K report filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
A team of three security researchers has found and disclosed two security flaws in the TCU (telematics control unit) components that ship with various luxury car models.
A hacker or group of hackers has breached the servers of HBO and have stolen over 1.5TB of information, some of which they leaked online over the weekend.