Google’s Threat Analysis Group sheds more light on targeted credential phishing and malware attacks on the staff of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.
Fortinet researchers are seeing a pivot in the spear-phishing and phishing lures used by cybercriminals, to entice potential job candidates as businesses open up.
After cybercriminals smoked out 3 million compromised payment cards on the Joker’s Stash marketplace, researchers linked the data to a breach at the popular barbecue franchise.
The move is a distinct change in direction for the app, which has been criticized and even banned for its security practices.
From a cyberattack on Barnes & Noble to Zoom rolling out end-to-end encryption, Threatpost editors break down the top security stories of the week.
Adobe says the two critical flaws (CVE-2020-24407 and CVE-2020-24400) could allow arbitrary code execution as well as read or write access to the database.
In-game features of the just-released FIFA 21 title give scammers easy access its vast audience.
After backlash over false marketing around its encryption policies, Zoom will finally roll out end-to-end encryption next week.
Companies that use Broadvoice’s cloud-based VoIP platform may find their patients, customers, suppliers and partners to be impacted by a massive data exposure.
Customers’ lists of book purchases along with email addresses and more could have been exposed — and that’s a problem.