Scientists and activist have urged Hilary Clinton to challenge the recent presidential election outcome, claiming to have new evidence that voting machines in key states were hacked into.
In just the past year, a Russian hacking gang exploited at least six zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows, Adobe Flash and Java to attack the email servers of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in the US.
The infamy of Donald Trump is being leveraged by canny cyber-criminals for everything from spam to credential phishing.
In case you missed it (ICYMI) this week, concerns over IOT burglar alarm, more attacks to come on Clinton campaign, FireEye redundancies and the Olympics of cyber-crime.
According to Intelligence officials, cyber-security companies and the Clinton campaign it was 'Russia' who hacked into the Democratic National Committee, but who or what really is 'Russia'?
The Russian government has announced that 20 different bodies within Russia, many of them government agencies, have been found with espionage malware lurking in their networks
Highly placed intelligence officials are pretty sure that the hackers who breached the Democratic party just over a month ago were backed by the Russian government.
The leak of 19,000 embarrassing emails from the Democratic Party has got the Clinton campaign talking about Russian involvement and how foreign actors may be trying to manipulate the outcome of November's election.
Anonymous has reportedly set its sights on ISIS following the terrorist attack on Belgium in its latest campaign dubbed "#OpBrussels.