US imposes sanctions against Russia's Central Scientific Research Institute of Chemistry and Mechanics (CNIIHM).
Apple notarization process bypassed for the second time in six weeks.
With the election window closing, phishing groups are striking the iron while it's hot.
The worst of the bugs is an uncontrolled search path issue with severe, exploitable consequences.
Intrusions blamed on a Russian hacker group known as Energetic Bear.
Edward Snowden has been living in Russia since June 2013.
Germany had been asking and pushing EU officials for an official statement and sanctions against Russia since earlier this year.
Users can test Firefox Site Isolation in Nightly builds.
New RAT shows a rising trend in the cybercrime underground, with more malware being released with control-by-Telegram features.
The US regulator alleged that Kik’s ICO flouted investment and securities law.
US claims Iran is behind a wave of emails purporting to be from right-wing Proud Boys group that threatened registered Democrat voters with repercussions if they didn't vote for Trump.
More than one million WordPress sites were running a vulnerable version of the Loginizer plugin.
10 products are impacted, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and InDesign.
Threat actors range from DDoS botnets to Chinese state-sponsored hacking groups.
Google Chrome 86.0.4240.111 released with a fix.
TrickBot survived an initial takedown attempt, but Microsoft and its partners are countering TrickBot operators after every move, taking down any new infrastructure the group is attempting to bring up online.
NSA urges US public and private sector to apply patches or mitigations to prevent attacks.
Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender have been removed from the official Chrome Web Store.
Vulnerabilities allow attackers to trick users into accessing malicious sites while showing the incorrect URL in the address bar.
The Darkside ransomware gang has donated $10K it received as part of ransom demands to Children International and The Water Project.