The campaigns have been part of the overall increase in coronavirus-related malware activity.
A new report examines attacker methodologies to better understand how exploit testing is conducted in the wild.
A proposed class-action lawsuit accuses Google of collecting browser data from people who used "private" mode.
A 30-year-old macro technology for Microsoft Excel is finding new popularity as a cybersecurity attack vector.
The breach exposed usernames and passwords of an undisclosed number of program members.
The acquisition brings three new products into Thycotic's privileged access management lineup.
Research details vulnerabilities in the Zephyr Real Time Operating Systems and MCUboot, both used in IoT devices and sensors.
The incident occurred when Paycheck Protection Program applications were uploaded to a test platform and accidentally shared.
The patches came after Cisco was notified by the Salt Open Core team that the vulnerabilities and updates were available.
The acquisition is Zscaler's second major buy this quarter.
The Russian military group has been exploiting a flaw in the Exim mail transfer agent since last August, the NSA reports.
Nearly 70% of businesses struggle to recruit, hire, and retain cybersecurity talent, and many link security incidents to lack of skills.
The bug-hunting platform has now paid more than $100 million in bounties since October 2013.
Most Americans say they're very concerned about online security but still behave in insecure ways, according to a new survey.
The global call to end cybercrime targeting healthcare facilities has been signed by government leaders and Nobel laureates.
Some 8 million of the meal delivery company's customer records have been offered for sale on the Dark Web.
In contrast, Q1 2019 saw more interest in selling and buying access to individual servers.
A new security advisory addresses a vulnerability that could be exploited to cause a denial-of-service attack.
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The Chrome browser will tell users if their browser is up to date, malicious extensions are installed, and/or a password has been compromised.
More than 2,000 customers also had credit card information taken in the attack.
Officials say "there can be no assurance" Forescout and Advent International will reach an agreement, though talks are ongoing.
Ready-made website templates make it simple for criminals to create fake government and NGO websites for COVID-19-related phishing campaigns.
Microsoft's COVID-19 intelligence will be made publicly available to help businesses fight virus-related security threats.