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Microsoft has patched a security vulnerability that was - ironically - exploiting usage of the company's own Windows security product, Microsoft Defender Antivirus.
Watering-hole attacks executed by ‘experts’ exploited Chrome, Windows and Android flaws and were carried out on two servers.
Capcom, the game developer behind Resident Evil, Street Fighter and Dark Stalkers, now says its recent attack compromised the personal data of up to 400,000 gamers.
The BumbleBee web shell allows APT attackers to upload and download files, and move laterally by running commands.
The CEO of FireEye, the cybersecurity company hacked by a state-sponsored attack, received a postcard at his home mocking any claims that Russia might have been responsible.
Researchers have spotted notable code overlap between the Sunburst backdoor and a known Turla weapon.
In their attempt to extort as much money as quickly as possible out of companies, ransomware gang know some effective techniques to get the full attention of a firm's management team. And one of them is to specifically target the sensitive information stored on the computers used by a company's…
Researchers at Recorded Future report a rise in cracked Cobalt Strike and other open-source adversarial tools with easy-to-use interfaces.
An examination of the malware gang's payments reveals insights into its economic operations.
Former CISA director Chris Krebs and former Facebook security exec Alex Stamos have teamed up to create a new consulting group - and have been hired by SolarWinds.
The agency said the malware has already compromised more than 150 organizations and provided insight into its ransomware-as-a-service behavior.
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Despite being a mostly run-of-the-mill ransomware strain, Babuk Locker's encryption mechanisms and abuse of Windows Restart Manager sets it apart.
The cybercrime gang behind the PYSA ransomware has released files which they claim to have stolen from the London borough council of Hackney during an attack last year.