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Noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar: fake Lockdown Mode, a new Linux RAT, jailbreaking AI, and an entire country’s DNS hijacked.
BlackBerry attributes cyberattack against an aerospace organization in the US to a new threat actor named AeroBlade.
Russian national Vladimir Dunaev pleaded guilty to involvement in the development and use of the TrickBot malware that caused tens of millions of dollars...
Recorded Future calculates that North Korean state-sponsored threat actors are believed to have stolen more than $3 billion in cryptocurrency.
Weekly cybersecurity news roundup that provides a summary of noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar for the week of August 21,...
Nearly 1,000 organizations and 60 million individuals are impacted by the MOVEit hack, and the Cl0p ransomware gang is leaking stolen data.
A financially motivated cybercrime group has exploited a WinRAR zero-day to deliver malware to traders and steal their money.
A UK court has found a teenager responsible for a hacking campaign that included one of the biggest breaches in the history of the...
The FBI has published information on six crypto wallets in which North Korean hackers moved roughly 1,580 Bitcoin from various heists.
Energy One, an Australian company that provides software products and services to the energy sector, has been hit by a cyberattack.
Cyfirma security researchers uncover the real identity of the CypherRAT and CraxsRAT malware developer and MaaS operator.
Australian lender Latitude Financial said the recent ransomware attack has cost it AU$76 million (roughly US$50 million).
A new report from Rapid7 says a ransomware gang like Cl0p would easily be able to afford a bevy of zero-day exploits for vulnerable...
A widespread phishing campaign utilizing malicious QR codes has hit organizations in various industries, including a major energy company in the US.
Cleaning products manufacturer and marketer Clorox Company has taken certain systems offline after falling victim to a cyberattack.
Researchers have warned that powerful AI models could be used to supercharge online disinformation, cyberattacks or creation of bioweapons.
San Francisco startup gets fresh capital from Battery Ventures to compete in the crowded identity and access management space.