Cobalt, a highly-skilled group of hackers who target banks and financial institutions, may have committed a mistake and accidentally leaked a list of all their current targets, according to Yonathan Klijnsma, a security researcher with RiskIQ.
US authorities have acted on one of the worst-kept secrets in cyber-security and have filed official charges against three Chinese hackers part of one of China's elite cyber-espionage unit.
A week after details about a severe Microsoft Office vulnerability came to light, at least one criminal group is now using it to infect users.
Hacking group OurMine has breached Vevo, a video hosting service, and has leaked files from the company's internal network.
Indian authorities have announced they arrested four suspects on suspicion of leaking episode 4 of Game of Thrones season 7, titled "Spoils of War."
Each day, countless of security researchers are fighting the good fight in an effort to help companies remove malware from infected computers and servers.
The hacker group known as The Dark Overlord (TDO) leaked today the first eight episodes of an upcoming TV game show, set to premiere on ABC on Sunday, June 11.
Hackers are holding Disney for ransom, threatening to release a high-quality version of the "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" movie on torrents unless they're paid a huge sum of money in Bitcoin.
A group calling itself XMR Squad has spent all last week launching DDoS attacks against German businesses and then contacting the same companies to inform them they had to pay €250 ($275) for "testing their DDoS protection systems."
A person or group of malware authors calling themselves "Mafia Malware Indonesia" claimed responsibility for writing a collection of ransomware families that includes threats such as KimcilWare, MireWare, MafiaWare, CryPy, and the recent SADStory and the eponymous Mafia Malware Indonesia ransomware.
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) charged four suspects today for orchestrating the 2014 Yahoo data breach during which attackers stole details for over 500 million Yahoo users.
The Turkish-Dutch political conflict has spewed into cyberspace during the past few days as Turkish hackers have defaced hundreds of websites and Twitter accounts with political messages and pictures of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A hacking crew that goes by the name of National Hackers Agency (NHA) has defaced 605 websites in one go after they managed to get access to a server from UK hosting firm DomainMonster.
Crooks lurking around the Internet's underbelly have created a service called Ripper.cc, a database of known and proven fraudsters.
ThyssenKrupp, one of the world's largest multinationals and one of the leading steel producers, said today in a statement that it was the victim of an economical espionage campaign carried out by hackers based in Southeast Asia.
A Turkish hacking crew is running a DDoS-for-Points platform where participants can earn points if they carry out DDoS attacks against a list of predetermined targets, points they can exchange later on for various online click-fraud tools.
A trial started on Monday in Texas in which four men stand accused of hacking the servers of game maker EA Sports and stealing in-game currency used in the FIFA game series. The FBI says the hackers stole in-game currency worth over $15 million.
Researchers have devised a system that can recognize a user's keystrokes by exploiting available WiFi signals. Using these attacks, under the right set of circumstances, hackers or other criminals could potentially monitor what you are typing purely on WiFi signals.