Windows update causes headaches for users
Ukrainian government targetted by a spear-phishing-based malware campaign by hackers with "competent cyber-espionage capabilities" calling themselves the Luhansk People's Republic (LPR).
The European Commission has acknowledged in a public document issued this week that it possesses no evidence to support the notion that software from Russia-based Kaspersky Lab software is malicious.
Three Android applications that supposedly helped Instagram account owners increase likes and followers, boost security and improve the overall user experience were actually stealing their data.
Hackers compromise Microsoft support agent's credentials, allowing unauthorised access to various web-based email services, including Outlook, MSN and Hotmail, for at least three months in 2019.
The WPA3 Wi-Fi protocol has been found to contain vulnerabilities, including time- and cache-based side-channel flaws that could ultimately allow adversaries to recover passwords.
A study of 1,500 hotels in 54 countries found that 67% of their websites leak booking reference codes to third-party partners, allowing them to potentially access guests' booking details and personal information.
Kaspersky Lab's Singapore summit reports reveal a newly discovered sophisticated APT framework; another details the recent operations of the threat actor known as Gaza Cybergang Group1.
Research into the Stuxnet attacks turned up several new discoveries, including a possible 4th collaborator in the clandestine operation, as well as previously unknown versions of Flame and Duqu malware.
Israeli authorities are reportedly investigating a hacker's claims on Twitter that he successfully breached the country's voter registry in the days leading up to today's 2019 legislative election.