The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed official charges against a 25-year-old woman, Reality Leigh Winner, of Augusta, Georgia, for leaking classified material to the press.
A Czech judge ruled yesterday that Yevgeny Nikulin, a Russian national accused of crimes in both the US and Russia, can be extradited based on the current charges. The court didn't specify to which country, and the decision now rests with Czech Justice Minister Robert Pelikan.
Data released yesterday by Kryptos Logic reveals that most WannaCry victims are located in China, and not Russia, as various antivirus vendors have announced during the WannaCry ransomware outbreak.
Developer of AES-NI ransomware releases a small number of decryption keys and promises to release more in the future.
Russian authorities have arrested the Cron malware gang, responsible for selling the Tiny.z Android banking trojan and the PonyForx Windows infostealer.
The Russian Ministry of Communications has proposed a new plan called the "Digital Economy," according to which, the government wants to keep most of the Internet traffic inside the country, fearing it foreign governments might wiretap sensitive communications.
In an article published yesterday, ABC News cited congressional sources who claimed the Senate Intelligence Committee had started an investigation into Kaspersky Lab's relationship with the Russian government.
Russian authorities have arrested a mathematics teacher from Moscow on accusations of organizing riots and calling for terrorist activities or justifying the use of terrorism via the Internet.
Spanish police arrested a Russian hacker in Barcelona on the behest of US authorities on suspicion of meddling in last year's US presidential election process.
New clues discovered that bring light onto the operations of the first-ever cyber-espionage group called Moonlight Maze.
The US Department of Justice announced yesterday that Maxim Senakh, 41, of Velikii Novgorod, Russia, pleaded guilty for his role in the creation of the Ebury malware and for maintaining its infamous botnet.
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.