Botnet uses compromised systems to spread infection. Security researchers have discovered a large botnet that is using a severe flaw in the Drupal CMS in order to infect other systems.
A malicious chat app that was advertised on Facebook and sold in the Google Play store was discovered to execute a previously undiscovered spyware program linked to APT-C-23, an APT group allegedly with ties to Hamas.
Academic researchers have discovered that brain implants, known as neurostimulators, can be hacked and could prevent patients from "speaking or moving, cause irreversible damage to his brain, or even worse, be life-threatening".
Researchers at Trend Micro have discovered how the hacker group OceanLotus, which is also known in cyber-security as APT 32, APT-C-00, SeaLotus, and Cobalt Kitty, is using a new backdoor to target MacOS computers.
Other instant messaging apps also targeted by malware. Researchers have discovered a new type of Android malware that steals data from instant messaging apps on Android devices.
Researchers this month discovered a new spear phishing campaign targeting US government agencies with an evolved version of Sanny malware, a 5-year-old information-stealer that now features a multi-stage infection process.
Security researchers have discovered a new form of cryptocurrency miner that uses fileless malware to install itself on systems. The malware also removes other miners.
Github announced the discovery of more than four million vulnerabilities located in 500,000 plus repositories. In 2017, the code sharing site started vulnerability scanning for known Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures.
Malware active in South Korea, redirects calls to scammers. Security researchers have discovered a new variant of the Fakebank malware.
A newly discovered "kill switch" effectively counters the memcached vulnerability that led recently to massive DDoS attacks at specific targets including national security agencies, reports Corero Network Security.
Researchers have discovered a new malware that steals cryptocurrency and other electronic funds by surreptitiously modifying wallet or payment information whenever victims copy it to their devices' clipboards.
Researchers have found that browsers like Chrome and Firefox store a great deal of visitor information, much of which can be easily discovered and taken by cyber-criminals.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has disclosed the discovery of a serious vulnerability in a previous version of its Lights-Out 3 embedded server management technology, which could be remotely exploited to trigger a DoS condition.
Researchers warn that malware could be used to blackmail users. New malware has been discovered that could eavesdrop on Android smartphone users and run up huge bills.
Made to order certificates available on the dark web. Security researchers have discovered that hackers are able to obfuscate malware through code signing and SSL certificates.
Security researchers have discovered a new email spam campaign that tries to get users to open up Word document attachments that downloads a password stealer as its final payload.
Researchers discovered new details in the "Olympic Destroyer" malware which targeted the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, shedding more light on the malware's intentions and background information on the attack.
Vulnerability so simple, anyone could use it. Security researchers have discovered a flaw in open source CMS WordPress that would allow a hacker to take down a website through a DoS attack with a single machine.
Security researchers have discovered a new, invasive OSX.Pirrit adware variant targeting Mac OS X that enables cyber-criminals to take full control of a user's Mac computer.