Exploit kits are not as widespread as they used to be. In the past, they relied on the use of already patched vulnerabilities. Newer and more secure web browsers with automatic updates simply do not allow known vulnerabilities to be exploited. It was very different back in the heyday of Adobe Flash because it’s just…
Several high-severity flaws in Nvidia’s GPU display drivers for Windows users could lead to code-execution, DoS and more.
Threat actors shift focus from COVID-19 to employee coronavirus training and current events like Black Lives Matter as cyber-attacks continue to rise.
The CryCryptor malware strain is a brand-new family of threats, leveraging COVID-19 to spread.
A new devilish malware is targeting Windows systems with cryptojacking and DDoS capabilities.
The Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act is being decried as “an awful idea” by security experts.
An open letter signed by experts in the field from MIT, Microsoft and Google aim to stop the ‘tech to prison’ pipeline.
Attackers are compromising large companies with the Cobalt Strike malware, and then deploying the Sodinokibi ransomware.
Remote work is opening up new insider threats – whether it’s negligence or malicious employees – and companies are scrambling to stay on top of these unprecedented risks.
Recent spearphishing emails spread the Hackbit ransomware using malicious Microsoft Excel attachments and the GuLoader dropper.