Over 130 companies tangled in sprawling phishing campaign that spoofed a multi-factor authentication system.
Tens of thousands of cameras have failed to patch a critical, 11-month-old CVE, leaving thousands of organizations exposed.
Twitter is blasted for security and privacy lapses by the company’s former head of security who alleges the social media giant’s actions amount to a national security risk.
Researcher shows how Instagram and Facebook’s use of an in-app browser within both its iOS apps can track interactions with external websites.
Four newly discovered attack paths could lead to PII exposure, account takeover, even organizational data destruction.
A developer appears to have divulged credentials to a police database on a popular developer forum, leading to a breach and subsequent bid to sell 23 terabytes of personal data on the dark web.
Hackers with Amazon users’ authentication tokens could’ve stolen or encrypted personal photos and documents.
The company is warning victims in Italy and Kazakhstan that they have been targeted by the malware from Italian firm RCS Labs.
One well crafted phishing message sent via Facebook Messenger ensnared 10 million Facebook users and counting.
Attackers gained access to private account details through an email compromise incident that occurred in April.
Researchers demonstrated a possible way to track individuals via Bluetooth signals.
Sabre and Travelport had to report the weekly activities of former “Cardplanet” cybercriminal Aleksei Burkov for two years, info that eventually led to his arrest and prosecution.
Popular apps to support people’s psychological and spiritual well-being can harm them by sharing their personal and sensitive data with third parties, among other privacy offenses.
In this time of unprecedented cyberwar, organizations must protect the personal digital lives of their executives in order to reduce the company’s risk of direct or collateral damage.
One cryptography expert said that ‘serious flaws’ in the way Samsung phones encrypt sensitive material, as revealed by academics, are ‘embarrassingly bad.’
The attacks, which lead to 2FA defeat and account takeover, have accelerated by several hundred percent in one year, leading to thousands of drained bank accounts.
Researchers from Proofpoint have spotted a new Middle East-targeted phishing campaign that delivers a novel malware dubbed NimbleMamba.
The now-patched flaw that led to the ForcedEntry exploit of iPhones was exploited by both NSO Group and a different, newly detailed surveillance vendor.
The ‘smishing’ group lives up to its name, expanding globally and adding image exfiltration to the Wroba RAT it uses to infect mobile victims.
The usual tax-season barrage of cybercriminal activity is already underway with a phishing campaign impersonating the popular accounting and tax-filing software.