The malware’s selection of old vulnerabilities highlights a patching issue worldwide.
A card dump of 5.3 million accounts may be tied to the recent security breach.
Police say the mainly-Nigerian network was responsible for the attempted theft of $46 million.
The Ukrainian Secret Service is investigating the incident as a potential security breach.
Valve also updates bug bounty rules to prevent similar incidents from happening again.
New technical spec will allow advertisers to track users in groups and categories, rather than individually.
NCSC likens companies continuing to use Python 2 past its EOL to tempting another WannaCry or Equifax incident.
Spyware based on two-year-old AhMyth RAT makes past Play Store's scans, despite not being anything special.
Millions of dollars were stolen from those who have served after their PII was taken.
Neutrino botnet is hijacking servers by taking over other hackers' PHP and Java web shells.
New Confidential Computing Consortium will promote the use of TEEs (trusted execution environments).
It is believed the alleged cybercriminal stole information belonging to 100 million citizens.
Valve gets heavily criticized for mishandling a crucial bug report.
The company failed to mention some Initial Coin Offerings were paying for inclusion.
Kazakhstan government's root certificate banned inside Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
One way to speed up research? Steal it.
French researcher nets $15,000 prize for finding bugs in Moscow's Ethereum-based voting system.
RubyGems staff have removed 18 malicious Ruby library versions that have been downloaded 3,584 times since July 8.
Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ SoCs are normally used in automotive, aviation, consumer electronics, industrial, and military components.
The indoor security device was subject to bugs which threatened user privacy.
An open database provided full access to user emails and the content they uploaded, liked, and shared.
Facebook awards the 2019 Internet Defense Prize to a team of German researchers for their work on ERIM.
Twitter will also stop accepting ads paid for by state-run news agencies.
Backdoored Webmin versions were available for download for more than a year through the official site.
Firefox users report having add-ons disabled, being unable to re-activate or (re)-install extensions.
Hacker wipes Git repos and asks for Bitcoin. Gives victim 10 days and threatens to release the code.
NCC Group researcher finds security flaws impacting more than 100 Jenkins plugins.
Hacker "Subby" brute-forces the backends of 29 IoT botnets that were using weak or default credentials.
Gate-like checkpoints are being used to record biometrics and device digital fingerprints for Xinjiang residents.
Wall Street Market seized by law enforcement agencies from Germany, the US, the Netherlands, and Romania.
Mozilla also plans to be more aggressive towards taking down extensions that break its policies, with a focus on security issues.
9 out of 10 SAP production systems are believed to be vulnerable to new exploits.
OpenCart, OSCommerce, WooCommerce, Shopify are also being targeted.
Social Security numbers and financial data may have been stolen.
The former parliamentary member denies any wrongdoing.
GAO report highlight lack of oil&gas security staff, outdated cyber-security risk assessment methodologies.
Another security flaw in a vendor's bloatware apps puts users at risk.
Google gives users more control over search and location data in the face of impending government scrutiny.
A2 Hosting has yet to fully restore services after a week, angering tens of customers.
Hacker has sold Windows zero-days to the likes of Fancy Bear, FruityArmor, and SandCat.
Domestic communications record slurping is reducing, but global spying is on the uptick.
The data was published following an unsuccessful attempt to exhort Citycomp.
Eddie Bauer and the Veridian Credit Union have reached an agreement to settle the data breach case.
At least 16 regional Cartoon Network websites have been defaced by two Brazilian hackers.
15 days for "critical" flaws and 30 days for "high" severity flaws.
Attackers use zero-day to deploy new Sodinokibi ransomware strain on unpatched Oracle WebLogic servers.
DDoS extortionists have already led to the shutdown of the biggest dark web marketplace already.
Both high and low-risk bugs and licensing conflicts are rife in today’s business codebases.
The source code leak is estimated to have caused $170,000 in damages.
The ‘hidden backdoors” reportedly could have been used to spy on Vodafone’s infrastructure. Huawei says otherwise.
Emotet group uses hacked security cameras and routers as proxy system to hide command infrastructure.
The airline insists that the cameras have not been in active use.
Over 40 apps published by the Chinese developer have already been removed.
The tech giant says apps were removed due to the use of highly invasive software.
Docker Hub usernames, hashed passwords, GitHub and Bitbucket access tokens exposed in the hack.
Slack fears nation-state hackers above all, expects to see attacks, warns of potential stock hit.
Devices like IP cameras, smart doorbells, and baby monitors sold under hundreds of brands are impacted.
The human rights group says the hackers are likely linked to the Chinese government.
Storing passwords in plain text and harvesting email contacts have landed the firm in hot water -- again.
No encryption. User data in plaintext. All user data stolen in a simple hack. No problem. The FTC doesn't care.
GoDaddy resets passwords for several hundred compromised accounts.
Data breaches, custom software, proxies, IoT botnets, and hacking forums -- all play a role.
Police said using real-time location data from smartphones under six hours old was fine. The courts fought back.
Chinese cyber-security firm warns about impending attacks on Oracle WebLogic servers.
The latest version of XProtect is able to detect the signatures of particular Microsoft Windows files.
New experimental backdoor highlights an OS section that antivirus products are not looking at.
Firmware patches have been released earlier this month, 46 Qualcomm chipsets impacted.
US legislators want to know who else had access to this database besides Google employees and US law enforcement.
In a change of tactic, victims are also now being selectively targeted.
Google also replaces "Data Saver" with "Lite mode" on Chrome for Android.
Two major dark web marketplaces for buying illegal products shut down in the span of a month.
Couple it with some snazzy eyeglasses and you can become invisible to modern AI-powered surveillance systems.
The adware-laden apps attempt to lure victims into installing additional software.
Ransomware complaints are on the decline, but losses are higher than ever.
The remote desktop software is being weaponized to gain access to victim systems.
Police officers are creating covert, fake accounts in order to spy on users during investigations.
The case revolves around a teenager that was falsely accused of stealing from Apple stores.
Carbanak source code has been available on VirusTotal for two years, and security firms didn't even notice.
Company blames February 2019 security breach on phishing email received in July 2018.
Only Nokia 9 PureView handsets appear to be impacted.
EU Parliament green-lights the creation of the Common Identity Repository (CIR), a gigantic biometrics database.
Russian Twitter bot activity went up by 286 percent shortly after the release of the Mueller Report.
The Weather Channel IT staff dealt with the ransomware infection by restoring impacted computers from backups.
WannaCry hero faces up to ten years in a US prison.
PayPal engineer develops novel approach to detecting and stopping ransomware attacks.
French government open-sources in-house-made end-to-end encryption IM app named Tchap.
Prices for stolen Indian payment cards has also gone up by 150% in 2018 to around $17/card.
Last month, Facebook admitted to storing plaintext passwords for hundreds of millions of Facebook accounts.
Updated: The bug was accepted as valid, but the researcher wasn’t paid.
The “unintentional uploads” have taken place since 2016.
Services have been temporarily paused in Chicago to investigate the incident.
He also destroyed seven computer monitors and computer-enhanced podiums that had open USB slots.
APT34 hacking tools and victim data leaked on a secretive Telegram channel since last month.
In an extreme case of irony, ransomware hits cyber-security firm.
Mimicking human mouse movements is only one of many tactics used to fly under the radar.
It is feared the bill will give the country its own version of China’s Great Firewall.
Subdomain currently in the possession of a German security researcher, preventing any abuse.
Bug affects only Chrome for iOS, not Safari and not any other Chrome version.
European Commission "not in possession of any evidence regarding potential issues related to the use of Kaspersky Lab products."
ATM attacks using gas or solid explosives have spread to an eleventh EU country.
The vendor was not aware of the problem until public disclosure.
Flashmingo can be used to automatically search for Flash vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
Rise of new multi-functional rootkit-backdoor-infostealer-adware strain worries researchers.
Change will make it harder for advertisers to build exhaustive profiles on iOS users.
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