Ongoing attacks on the wildly popular game Among Us are testing developers’ ability to keep up.
With Election Day approaching, local governments need to be prepared for malware attacks on election infrastructure.
Trump’s weak Twitter password and lack of basic two-factor authentication protections made it shockingly simple to hack his account, Dutch security researcher Victor Gevers reported.
Cybercriminal gang Darkside sent $20K in donations to charities in a ‘Robin Hood’ effort that’s likely intended to draw attention to future data dumps, according to experts.
"Nuke Bizzle" faces 22 years in prison after brazenly bragging about an identity-theft campaign in his music video, "EDD."
Marking a pivot from COVID-19 scams, researchers track a single threat actor through the evolution from the pandemic to PayPal, and on to more timely voter scams -- all with the same infrastructure.
In-game features of the just-released FIFA 21 title give scammers easy access its vast audience.
The Clop group attacked Software AG, a German conglomerate with operations in more than 70 countries, threatening to dump stolen data if the whopping $23 million ransom isn’t paid.
Immersive Labs Researcher takes advantage of lax Fitbit privacy controls to build a malicious spyware watch face.
Collectively, 240 fraudulent Android apps -- masquerading as retro game emulators -- account for 14 million installs.
CISA warned already-strained public-sector entities about disturbing spikes in Emotet phishing attacks aimed at municipalities.
Smart sex toy vulnerable to hacks, researchers say -- which could expose users’ most sensitive bits (of data) to cybercriminals.
The cryptojacking malware variant builds on the TeamTNT group’s typical approach, with a few new — and sophisticated — extras.
Account takeover fraud (ATO) attacks are on the rise, up nearly 300 percent since last year.