Security experts from Kaspersky Lab have spotted a new Android Trojan, dubbed Switcher, that targets routers in order to change their DNS settings.
The Russian APT group Fancy Bear used a malware implant on Android devices to track and target Ukrainian artillery units from late 2014 through 2016
The popular hacking group, known as Fancy Bear, APT 28, Pawn Storm, Sednit or Sofacy, is once again in the headlines. Experts from the cyber security firm CrowdStrike reported the alleged
A new Linux malware, dubbed Linux/Rakos is threatening devices and servers. The malware searches for victims via SSH scan
A new Linux malware, dubbed Linux/Rakos is threatening devices and servers. The malicious code is written in the Go language and the binary is usually compressed with
We recently warned you about malware that is being deployed through Facebook Messenger. We know that the attack is launched through a Scalable Vector Graphic
A newly discovered backdoor, part of a pre-installed rootkit, has rendered 3 million Android phones vulnerable to attack.
Kiwicon Michele Orru has released an automated phishing toolkit to help penetration testers better exploit businesses. The well-known FortConsult hacker, better known as Antisnatchor (@antisnatchor),
You’ve got a ton of very personal information on your phone. Text messages. Emails. Browsing history. Photos. The last thing you want is someone getting
The presence of APIs to provide access and aid interconnectivity between websites is becoming increasingly commonplace. Furthermore, the use of APIs will continue to grow
Staying secure online is an essential concern, for individual users, businesses, and cybercriminals alike. That’s right: Basic IT security applies whether you’re protecting sensitive data
Kasey Cross explains the devastation an organisation undergoes when struck by ransomware and describes preventative measures that can be taken to avoid spread from a