US authorities have indicted a man named Krasimir Nikolov, age 44, of Varna, Bulgaria, for his role in the distribution of the GozNym malware.
Romanian authorities have arrested and extradited to the US three nationals suspected of creating and distributing the Bayrob malware.
A Russian-speaking hacker has breached the servers of the US Election Assistance Commission (EAC) and is now selling access to these accounts.
The backdoor found in the firmware of various low-end Android smartphones, which was traced back to a Chinese company, was active since July this year, according to mobile security firm Trustlook.
Following a failed takedown attempt, changes made to the Mirai malware variant responsible for building one of today's biggest botnets of IoT devices will make it incredibly harder for authorities and security firms to shut it down.
A near perfect clone of the original Kickass Torrents (KAT) portal has surfaced online today, brought back to life by members of the original KAT staff who weren't targeted by the DHS and IRS investigation.
By the end of the year, Australian Internet service providers will have to block access to five piracy portals following a decision from the Federal Court of Australia.
Comodo security researchers have spotted version 2.0 of a deadly Android trojan named Tordow, which first came to light in February this year.
Malicious ads displayed on several adult websites and a store selling quadrocopters (drones) are infecting visitors with a new version of the BandarChor ransomware.
The "No More Ransom" project, set up in July by Intel Security, Kaspersky Lab, Europol, and the Dutch National police to help victims of ransomware infections, has expanded today with 34 new partners, and 32 new decryptors that can help ransomware victims unlock their files for free.
Yahoo Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Bob Lord admitted today that Yahoo suffered a second data breach during which an unknown third-party had stolen information on more than one billion Yahoo users.
In yesterday's monthly security patch, Adobe fixed a bug in Flash Player that would have allowed an attacker to hijack permissions granted to other Flash applets and spy on users via their camera or microphone
On its 20th birthday, Opera Software released yesterday Opera 42, the first browser ever to include a built-in currency converter.
Microsoft is following in the footsteps of other browser makers such as Apple, Google, and Mozilla, and says that upcoming Edge browser versions will favor HTML5 over Flash by default.
Microsft has released KB3206632, a Windows update that fixes an issue introduced in an earlier update that crashed the CDPSVC service and prevented some users from receiving IP address information via the DCHP protocol, used by both home and enterprise-grade routers to connect users to the Internet.
Today we have a deal on a online course bundle that provides over 69 hours of training in AWS, Linux, Docker, and other enterprise computing systems. This bundle is normally priced at $552, but has been reduced 91% to $48 as part of this deal. Please note that certificates of completion are not included.
Just in time for the Christmas holiday shopping spree, the group behind the Cerber ransomware has launched a spam campaign that uses fake credit card reports to trick users into opening a Word file that under certain circumstances will download and install the deadly Cerber ransomware.
The Joomla Project released version 3.6.5 of the Joomla CMS that addresses three security bugs, of which one can allow attackers to take over vulnerable sites. If this wasn't bad enough, this vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2016-9838, affects all Joomla versions released in the past five years.