Threatpost editors discuss recent ransomware attacks and contact-tracing app privacy concerns.
A new threat group uses NSIS as an installer to target industrial companies with revolving payloads, including LokiBot, FormBook, BetaBot, Agent Tesla and Netwire.
Quantum encryption, which has been touted as “unhackable,” debuts with Samsung, SK Telecom in a world’s first.
Paying ransom to cybercriminals costs companies hit with ransomware attacks more than recovering data on their own, according to a new research.
Descended from the COMPFun RAT, the malware can propagate to removable drives.
A group of children’s privacy advocates alleged in a recent FTC complaint that TikTok violated an agreement to protect children’s private data.
Microsoft is letting Windows Insiders test-drive DNS-over-HTTPS protocol in a pre-release build of Windows 10.
“Healthy Together” app uses a raft of location data, including GPS, cell tower triangulation and Bluetooth, to pinpoint users and ID coronavirus hotspots.
BEC gangs like “Exaggerated Lion” are using tricky tactics – like exploiting G Suite – to scam companies out of millions.
The cross-site scripting vulnerability could have allowed trivial account takeover.