Advanced threat group Sofacy delivers a new malware sample dubbed Cannon in a spear-phishing attack that targets government organizations in North America, Europe and in a former Soviet state.
Security researchers tracking the operations of a cyber-espionage group found the first evidence of a rootkit for the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) being used in the wild.
Hackers rooted in the white-hat part of the business moonlight as bank robbers, pouring their knowledge and skills into creating and modifying malware that allows them to infiltrate financial institutions.
Microsoft revealed last night that it successfully disrupted a hacking campaign associated with the Russian military intelligence service GRU.
With the recent report about the VPNFilter router infection, the FBI has advised everyone to reboot their router. This article explains why this is not enough and that more steps are needed to fully remove the infection and protect your device.
Security researchers have found tainted versions of the legitimate LoJack software that appeared to have been sneakily modified to allow hackers inside companies that use it.
APT28, an infamous cyber-espionage unit that many security firms believe is acting at the behest of the Russian government, has hacked various German government agencies for more than a year.
The UK has become the first major Western country to formally accuse the Russian military of orchestrating and launching the NotPetya ransomware outbreak.
A Russian cyber-espionage group has tried to infect security researchers with malware via a spear-phishing campaign that can easily receive a Pwnie Awards nomination for one of the year's biggest epic fails.
A cyber-espionage group identified in the cyber-security industry as APT28 and believed to be operating under the supervision of the Russian state has recently dispatched several malware distribution campaigns that try to take advantage of a Flash zero-day vulnerability that Adobe patched earlier this week.
After the US government has spent probably millions of dollars developing hacking tools, Russian hackers are now using them to spy on guests across hotels in Europe and the Middle East.