Despite setbacks hackers behind GandCrab malware are pushing ahead with lucrative new ransomware strain thanks to quick-and-dirty agile development approach.
A Walmart jewelry partners’ misconfigured AWS S3 bucket left personal details and contact information of 1.3 million customers in plain sight.
Equifax said that an additional 2.4 million Americans have been impacted by a 2017 data breach, bringing the total of those implicated to around 148 million people.
Researchers say cyrptojackers are bypassing ad-blocking software in an attempt to run in-browser cyrptocurrency miner Coinhive.
The blinding server randomly adds some nonsense code to every webpage. This ‘code obfuscation’, according to the academics, has no effect on what the actual page looks like, but it drastically changes the appearance of the underlying source file.
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Morphisec said that it has detected several malicious word documents – part of a “massive” malspam campaign – that takes advantage of a critical Adobe Flash Player vulnerability discovered earlier this month.
A remote code execution security flaw has been patched in one of the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.
Troy Hunt has expanded his Pwned Passwords tool with 80 million more passwords, to help users find if their passwords have been compromised.
A recent FBI public service advisory warned of an increase in reports of compromised or spoofed emails involving W-2 forms.
A security researcher found Coinhive code hidden on a Los Angeles Times’ webpage that was secretly using visitors’ devices to mine cryptocurrency.