A federal jury in Minneapolis, Minnesota found a local man guilty of intentionally damaging his former employer's network before leaving the company.
A new variant of the CryptoMix ransomware that is appending the .x1881 extension to encrypted file names. It's has been about three weeks since a new CryptoMix variant was released, which is quite long for this family of ransomware.
On Wednesday, and probably the previous days, Equifax's credit report assistance website (aa.econsumer.equifax.com) was caught redirecting users to all sort of nasty websites that were peddling fake Flash Player update files laced with adware, fake Android and iOS updates, and scam sites offering products at cheap prices.
Today's deal is for a bundle with 3 courses and over 25 hours on on how to use Python to develop network aware programs. This bundle is normally priced at $697, but has been discounted 96% to $24 as part of this deal. This bundle comes with a 15 day satisfaction guarantee.
A malicious Chrome extension is being used to inject the CoinHive browser miner, while registering domains for the extension developer using the victim's Gmail address.
A new ransomware targeting Android devices has been spotted in the wild. Codenamed DoubleLocker, the ransomware abuses Android's Accessibility service and reactivates itself every time the user presses the phone's Home button.
Tom Wimmenhove, a Dutch electronics designer, has discovered a flaw in the key fob system used by several Subaru models, a vulnerability the vendor has not patched and could be abused to hijack cars.
Speaking at the Ekoparty security conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, security researcher Alfredo Ortega has revealed that you can use your hard disk drive (HDD) as a rudimentary microphone to can pick up nearby sounds.
Researchers at Akamai have identified a botnet of over 14,000 IP addresses used in malware distribution operations. The botnet is still up and running, and experts believe it will be hard to take it down because its operators are employing a clever technique called Fast Flux.
Malware authors don't necessarily need to trick users to enable macros to run malicious code. An alternative technique exists, one that takes advantage of another legitimate Office feature.
Gjoko Krstic, a security researcher with Zero Science Labs, has discovered secret hard-coded accounts in thermal security cameras manufactured by FLIR Systems, Inc., one of the largest vendor of such products.
The Pirate Bay, the Internet's largest torrent portal, is back at running a cryptocurrency miner after it previously ran a short test in mid-September.
A new variant of what appears to be BTCWare ransomware is currently targeting victims and appending the .[email]-id-id.payday extension to encrypted files. This family of ransomware targets its victims by hacking into poorly protected remote desktop services and manually installing the ransomware.
Today at the Oculus Connect 4 keynote, Mark Zuckerberg announced that their goal is to get 1 billion people connected to virtual reality and the only way to do that is to make VR headsets more accessible. To facilitate this, they unveiled a standalone VR headset called the Oculus Go that will be available for $199 early next year.
Today's deal is for a bundle with 3 courses and over 22 hours of create an arduino robots and program on the arduino platform. This bundle is normally priced at $300, but has been discounted 90% to $29 as part of this deal. This bundle comes with a 15 day satisfaction guarantee.
As we start getting ready for the holiday shopping season, Microsoft announced today four new Xbox One S bundles that are going to be available this fall. These are Starter, Minecraft, Halo, and Rocket League bundles, which start at $279. Unfortunately, the Rocket League bundle is only coming to the UK and Europe.
Australia's foreign intelligence collection agency — the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) — says a hacker stole over 30 GB of data on the country's military capabilities, including details on fighter jets, military aircraft, and naval ships.
With the Google Home Mini being released on October 18th, it was discovered that some of them were constantly recording audio and transmitting it back to Google without being intentionally activated.