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.
Today's deal is for 10 PC applications that include password managers, data recovery programs, network monitoring, and anti-malware. For the price, this deal is worth it for just Zemana and Glasswire, which are both excellent programs. All of these applications are normally priced at $702.65, but have been discounted 95% to $29.
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.
The "Blank Slate" malspam campaign has switched to distributing a GlobeImposter variant that appends the .crypt extension to encrypted files. This downloaded executable is also code signed to make it appear more legitimate.
Earlier today, a hacker group named 31337 Hackers has leaked personal details and files belonging to a security researcher working for Mandiant, FireEye's breach investigation unit.
The author of the BrickerBot malware has claimed a cyber-attack that took place in various Indian states and has caused over 60,000 modems and routers to lose Internet connectivity.
On Friday, US authorities arrested a man on charges of launching DDoS attacks and making death and bomb threats against several targets including Leagle.com, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Metro News Canada, the official website of the Canadian government, and others.
Website-building service Wix.com was the subject of a massive cyber-attack in April 2016 when a botnet of rogue Chrome extensions was creating Wix websites to spread itself to new users.
BitMixer, the world's most popular Bitcoin mixing service has announced last weekend it was shutting down operations effective immediately.
A petition on GitHub is asking Adobe to release Flash into the hands of the open-source community. Finnish developer Juha Lindstedt started the petition a day after Adobe announced plans to end Flash support by the end of 2020.
This week, with the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16251 for PC, Microsoft added support for linking Android devices to one's computer, allowing users to share files from their smartphone to their PC with the tap of a few buttons.
Google will distrust all existing Symantec SSL certificates starting with October 2018, and Symantec will have to rebuild its entire certificate issuance infrastructure from scratch if it wants to remain in the CA (Certificate Authority) business.
Security researchers have found malware inside the firmware of several low-cost Android smartphones, such as Leagoo M5 Plus, Leagoo M8, Nomu S10, and Nomu S20.
This week has mostly been about small variants being released, GlobeImposters all over the place, and some new CryptoMix variants. Of particular interest is a self-healing file system called ShieldFS that shows great promise in ransomware protection and some research from Google about how ransomware devs cash out their payments.