There are millions of individuals visiting social media sites every day – they are on sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram dozens of time a day. With that much activity the sites are fertile ground for scammers.
Unfortunately, consumers often
Crypto-currency mining malware is back, driven in part by the growing popularity of alternatives to Bitcoin that are easier to mine and the increasing power of GPUs.
Thousands of Seagate Central NAS devices have been found to harbour crypto-currency mining
Town officials declined to pay hackers after data was stolen from Central Fire Station and “held for ransom.”
On Aug. 22, Assistant Town Manager Patrick Moreland was in a meeting on how to improve connectivity between remote locations in Brattleboro
A state-sponsored hacking group believed to be aligned with the People’s Republic of China has been accused of targeting two Hong Kong government agencies in a “politically motivated” attack just prior to the legislative elections which took place on 4
We read news and outrage related to the government snooping on its citizens’ computers and smartphones to access their data without their authorization through backdoor, every now and then. And, to encash the opportunity, there are several digital surveillance firms
If you think iPhone is the safest smartphone out there, we’ve got something that’s going to burst this bubble of yours.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal, spyware relying on three previously unknown, or “zero-day,” flaws in Apple’s iOS
According to a report from The Intercept, a secret agency of USA namely NSA (National Security Agency) is claimed to have eavesdropped on Pakistan’s highest civil-military office with the aid of malware. An obscure online group going by the handle
Eddie Bauer is looking into a sophisticated malware intrusion of its point of sale systems.
The company said unauthorized parties accessed payment card information, including cardholder name, number, security code and expiration date, at retail stores between Jan. 2 and
“Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?”
Any Windows user has probably seen more than his or her fair share of prompts like these.
It may be annoying at times but this is
Online security experts have discovered a new Android malware that blocks outgoing calls to banks to keep customers from complaining about suspicious activity.
Symantec, an American technology company, found the Android.Fakebank.B malware app in October 2013. The app replaces banking
RANSOMWARE THREAT CRYPTXXX is now airborne, according to researchers at security firm Proofpoint, and is being sent out via a spam campaign to some effect.
Proofpoint explained in a blog post that CryptXXX is usually included alongside malware packages such
Investigators in Taiwan are on the lookout for two Russian nationals suspected of hacking into ATMs and stealing more than $2 million in cash. It is believed that the two crooks used a mobile phone to trigger 41 ATMs into
SWIFT, a messaging system used by banks across the world, announced further steps Monday to bolster its defenses against hackers, after criminals sent fraudulent payment instructions across its network.
The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication said it has hired
Check Point, a cybersecurity software maker, estimates that at least 10 million Android devices have been infected by the HummingBad malware since it was seen last February. The malware generates US$300,000 a month of ad revenue for the hacking group.
Criminals stole credit card info — including names and numbers — in a malware attack revealed earlier this year at more than 300 franchise locations in the US.
Wendy’s is serving up more details about a malware attack on its
Bitdefender security experts have found a new malware family which opens a backdoor via the Tor network on Mac OS X systems.
The technical name of the newly-found threat is Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor, and its creators are delivering it to victims as
An important piece of infrastructure for two major strains of malware appears to be inactive.
Since June 1, there has been no traffic coming out of a network of hijacked computers known as “Necurs.” Malware known as Dridex, designed to
Forget about voiding your warranty and potentially rendering your iPhone unusable if something goes wrong, Apple fans now have another reason to avoid jailbreakingtheir smartphones: Government agencies like the NSA have the ability to spy on jailbroken iPhones, and now
We know dictatorships spy on innocent people. And now we know where they buy their tools — from a tiny Italian company in Milan.
It’s called Hacking Team. And the world knows about it, because Hacking Team has been hacked.
Tampa, FL (NNCNOW.com) — It’s dangerous experts tell us, a software hack so malicious if you own a Samsung Galaxy someone may be watching you right now.
Chances are your Samsung device has a security glitch on it.