As cybersecurity breaches, including new and evolving malware technology such as ransomware, continue to challenge organizations of all types, security professionals continue to battle back. “I actually think that right here, right now, we are in the midst of geeks with capes. Show More Summary
Weaknesses in connected-car apps could let hackers steal your car, according to Kaspersky Lab researchers.
Social engineering employed to distribute ViperRAT malware which uses infected devices to take photos and record audio.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Mikey and Victor talk about an 'iPhone 8' with no home button, Malware on the Mac, Apple's effort to fight fake news, and more.
Google's breakdown of Gmail customers who receive the most spam reveals that the real-estate sector is the prime target of emails with malicious attachments or links.
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More than 355,000 credit and debit cards may have been compromised in a malware attack.
Computer viruses, malicious software, banking Trojans, and ransomware are just some of the nefarious ways hackers and cybercriminals are trying to turn your network and data into a payday.
In 2005, Panda Software reported that a new strain of malware was discovered every 12 minutes. In 2016, the cybersecurity company McAfee says it found four every second. And those were just the strains the companies could detect. For...Show More Summary
A new piece of malware targeting Macs aims to steal passwords, screenshots and iPhone backups.
APT28, blamed for the hack of the Democratic National Convention, has released Xagent malware that can steal iPhone backups.
Malware tricks users into opening Android Accessibility menu, enabling the attacker to mimic the user's clicks and select anything displayed on their screen.
BE CAREFUL OUT THERE: New Mac malware pinned on same Russian group blamed for election hacks. Like its counterparts for other platforms, the Mac version of Xagent is a modular backdoor that can be customized to meet the objectives of a given intrusion, researchers from antivirus provider Bitdefender reported in a blog post published Tuesday. […]
Two security firms have spotted a new malware strain that targets Mac systems. They believe that the group behind it is the same team of Russian hackers blamed for tampering with the 2016 Presidential election.
Still think your Mac is immune from viruses? Think again. Just a week after a new strain of malware was found hidden inside malicious Microsoft Word macros, security researchers have discovered sophisticated new software from Russian hackers that targets your saved passwords and iPhone backups. Show More Summary
Malware which robs you of passwords and iPhone backup data is thought to be linked to the same cyberespionage group accused of interfering with the US elections last year.
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Security researchers have discovered a new form of macOS malware that is believed to have been designed by the same Russian group that was blamed for the hacking of the Democratic National Committee in 2016. Based on Xagent, code that...Show More Summary
A Russian hacking group accused of interfering with last year's presidential election has evolved its Xagent malware package, known for its ability to infiltrate Windows, iOS, Android and Linux devices, to target Macs, according to a report on Tuesday.