Researchers warn that apps that market themselves as “free” are tricking users to subscribe to services that rack up as much as $500 in charges yearly.
The payout stems from a system-wide attack that knocked global networks offline on New Year’s Eve and reflects a shift in thinking about ransom payouts
Thousands of compromised Zoom credentials were discovered in underground forums as cybercriminals look to tap into the burgeoning remote workforce.
Cloudflare’s CEO said it is replacing Google’s reCAPTCHA tool with hCaptcha due to pricing, privacy and availability concerns.
DDG might be the world’s first P2P-based cryptomining botnet.
Visitors to the fake site expecting antivirus offerings will instead encounter the Fallout exploit kit and a possible malware infection.
The online videoconferencing service added Alex Stamos to the team and has also formed an expert advisory board to grapple with the pains of its COVID-19 growth spurt.
Emails purporting to be a Cisco “critical security advisory” are actually part of a phishing campaign trying to steal victims’ Webex credentials.
Tapplock catches heat for patched vulnerabilities — because of its claims that its smart locks can’t be hacked.
Novel hack allows an attacker to create a mouse-over in a PowerPoint file that triggers the installation of malware.