APT cloaks identity using script-kiddie messages and advanced deployment and targeting techniques.
Cannabis journaling platform GrowDiaries exposed more than 3.4 million user records online, many from countries where pot is illegal.
More than 200 Google Forms impersonate top brands – including Microsoft OneDrive, Office 365, and Wells Fargo – to steal victims’ credentials.
Financial disclosure filings describe a ransomware attack that delivered a weak punch.
A previous fix for the critical remote code execution bug was “incomplete,” according to VMware.
According to Code42’s Data Exposure Report, 63% of employees say they brought data with them from their previous employer to their current employer.
Pilot program again sparks privacy fears from ACLU as Amazon takes its partnership with law enforcement to the next level.
A threat actor is compromising telecommunications companies and targeted financial and professional consulting industries using an Oracle flaw.
The APT threat landscape is a mixed bag of tried-and-true tactics and cutting-edge techniques, largely supercharged by geo-politics, a report finds.
A diverse set of companies, including an adaptive-learning platform in Brazil, an online grocery service in Singapore and a cold-brew coffee-maker company, are caught up in the large data trove.