Widespread, unpatched vulnerabilities are just one set of problems uncovered by a Department of Defense audit.
The campaign targets politicians involved in economic and military sanctions against Iran, along with various journalists and human rights activists.
Flaws could allow an attacker to stop or start a home charging station, or even change the current in order to start a fire.
The flaw allows a remote attacker to gain full access over a machine.
An email campaign is demanding large sums of money in return for not blowing up schools, banks and businesses.
Changes to how data is encrypted can help developers ward off data leakage and exfiltration.
One of the most destructive malware families ever seen is back, and researchers think its authors are gearing up to again take aim at the Middle East.
Consumers are much more likely to fall for spam during the season of giving.
The news comes amid reports that a Chinese intelligence-gathering effort was behind the massive Marriott hotel data breach.
Italy's regulator found the social giant guilty of misleading consumers as to what it does with their data.
The update includes a raft of critical code-execution problems.
Administrators lost control of the domain for several hours in a DNS hijacking incident.
Women are key to solving the workforce shortage, which is expected to reach 3.5 million open jobs by 2022.
Bagle.A and Bagle.B date back to 2004.
Hackers can steal data, sabotage cloud deployments and more.
Details are so far scant in this latest in a string of data breaches.
The information is an early Christmas gift for any social engineer.
The lawsuit alleges that NSO Group violated international law by allowing Pegasus to be used by oppressive regimes to hunt dissidents and journalists.
Prisoners in South Carolina posed convincingly as beautiful women on social media platforms.
The laptop giant will settle a 32-state class-action lawsuit stemming from pre-installing vulnerable ad-targeting software.
The rise of piracy has helped drive the spike in attacks.
The multi-year campaign used malware and botnets to falsify billions of webpages and "site users."
Colleagues of slain Javier Valdez Cárdenas, known for investigating drug cartels, were targeted just days after his death.
Eight popular Android apps are embezzling from the ad ecosystem on a widespread basis, according to allegations.
It's Germany's first GDPR fine, for an incident that affected millions of accounts.
The incidents affected millions, just as Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the holiday shopping season kicked off.
The credentials could be used to glean a variety of intel on the victims.
More than one-third of respondents in a new survey haven’t started or are just creating their security strategy plans.
Ahead of the holiday shopping bonanza, the security community is talking to consumers about IoT security.
The FCC will consider a proposal to combat robocalls and text spam in December.
The crafty malware has departed from its usual cornucopia of tactics and tricks.
The Russian-speaking threat group is changing up its tactics.
The group is best-known for hacking the DNC ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
The Hades APT group continues its quest to stay under the radar.
Ford's CEO sees the tech company model as key to the company's next chapter.
The "Kitten of Doom" denial-of-service attack is easy to carry out.
The privilege-escalation vulnerability would allow an attacker to inject malware, place ads and load custom code on an impacted website.
The modular malware seems to be in a testing phase, but TA505's interest made researchers take note.
As consumers skip the store crowds in favor of online deals, cyberattackers have geared up to victimize them.
A slew of verified Twitter accounts have been hijacked and altered, used to tweet out a bogus Bitcoin giveaway scam.
The vulnerability is one of many with the same root cause: Cross-process information leakage.