Research from Forcepoint Security Labs has revealed that the Telegram encrypted messaging service isn't quite as secure as users might like to think.
A Polish security researcher has created an automated tool for cracking two-factor authentication systems in phishing attacks, a tool he has made publicly available.
As the EU launches financial incentives to find bugs in popular open source software, experts warn that there may not be enough resources to respond to waves of bug reports.
Despite the plunging value of cryptocurrencies, cyber-criminals are still distributing cryptomining malware and many analysts expect the problem to only worsen in 2019.
Session-hijacking side-channel attacks can risk exposing users messages in full, researchers at Cisco Talos Intelligence Group have found.
Reports suggest Microsoft may adopt the Chromium browser as the basis for a complete rebuild of Edge which could address some security issues but introduce an even deeper vulnerability.
According to a newly published paper from GuardiCore Labs researchers, threat actors have been stealthily deploying a DDoS-capable RAT by spreading a SSH brute-force attack known as Butter.
The perpetrators of the TalkTalk attack in 2015 have been sentenced to less than a year in jail each for a crime estimated to have cost £77 million, raising questions as to whether the judiciary understand the severity and consequences of digital crimes.
Criminals are adopting the tools of nation-state actors, calling into question the value of attribution and underscoring the need for an 'any risks' approach to cyber-defense.
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