Bromium researchers have been tracking a phishing and malware campaign, possibly linked to the Necurs botnet, that uses infrastructure in the U.S.
In a bizarre series of events, Facebook decided to ask some users to provide the passwords to their email accounts when signing up for new Facebook accounts. When asked, the company agreed to stop.
Many organizations are unaware of the intrusion in their networks until the FBI comes calling. An Inspector General audit found that poor record keeping means some organizations don't hear from the FBI, or hear too late to do anything about it.
Cloudflare is rolling out a new mobile VPN service called Warp that's built on top of its 22.214.171.124 DNS resolver.
A SQL injection flaw in the Magento platform could open up many commerce sites to attack.
Microsoft has taken over 99 domains used by the Phosphorus attack group, which has ties to the Iranian government.
Researchers are still trying to figure out how LockerGoga infects its targets, and what the group behind this damaging ransomware variant really wants. Can't be just money.
The FTC sent letters to the major U.S. broadband providers asking for information on exactly what customer data they collect and how they handle it.
Absent any move on the federal level for a consumer data privacy law, states have passed their own laws. Utah is about to have a law that would require government to have a warrant to get any consumer data stored by third-party providers.
Hardware security researcher Joe FitzPatrick explains how non-experts should assess claims of hardware implants and backdoors.
In iOS 12.2 Apple has patched many serious flaws, including an SMS bug that allows code execution with one click.
Dennis Fisher speaks with hardware security researcher Joe FitzPatrick about finding and verifying hardware implants.
The Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency warned in an advisory that cardio defibrillators from medical device company Medtronic can be modified while still implanted in patients. Without access control, the defibs can't differentiate between authorized and unauthorized instructions.
Joe FitzPatrick, one of the small number of hardware security experts, says security teams and operators need to ask hard questions when they see claims of malicious hardware implants.
Researchers are developing a framework to analyze and describe misinformation campaigns, similar to the MITRE ATT&CK framework.