Hackers from the hacktivist group Anonymous targeted websites run by Spain's Ministry of Public Works and Transport in support of the Catalan independence movement.
With fitness trackers, smart TVs and even children's toys among the most vulnerable items, people are unaware that they're at serious risk of hacking.
Keeper Security has released research on the dark web which shows how much hackers make from different credentials.
New findings from 451 Research reveal real-world insights into modern attack campaign strategies, planning and execution.
A UK citizen has pleaded guilty on 15 June to hacking into a US Department of Defense (DoD) communications system three years ago
Qurium researchers claim to have traced the falsified emails allegedly stolen from then French President Emmanuel Macron claiming the then candidate had offshore accounts in the Bahamas during his 2017 campaign to the black hat troll weevlos.
Cyber-criminals across multiple regions have evolved their communication strategies to become more collaborative than their victims.
The OurMine hackers known for hijacking online social media accounts, supposedly to test their security, executed what it's calling the largest hack in YouTube history.
Airports and nuclear power plants in the US and UK are on alert for cyber-attacks after governments in both countries issued alerts.
A hacker has vandalised the websites of a number of mid-level American celebrities for the cause of a Kurdish homeland.
The details of thousands of NHS staffers in Wales have been stolen from the servers of a private contractor, Landauer.
London's Metropolitan Police Service has charged four in-laws of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, including the famous curmudgeon's father-in-law, with computer hacking.
Last month, an Algerian-linked hacking group defaced the website of Aberdeen City Council.
Travis Farral discusses the malicious activity that surrounded the US election, addressing Russian actors and examples of other Nation State hacking activity that enterprises can learn from.
Researchers have discovered two connected advertising fraud campaigns that compromise legitimate web sites and abuse Google AdSense, using tactics that are almost polar opposites of each other.
A brother and sister were arrested and charged with accessing email accounts of two former prime ministers, Vatican cardinals and the president of the European Central Bank.
The UK government will be launching a national inquiry on cyber-security to assess the extent to which Britain is protected from the growth in attacks worldwide.
Millions of gamers were spared any downtime over Christmas as pre-holiday threats by LizardSquad, PhantomSquad and R.I.U. Star Patrol to take down PlayStation Network and Xbox Live proved hollow.
The Thai Computer Crimes Act amendment has been passed unanimously and will be entered into law within 80 days.
In recent weeks, fraudsters have managed to hack into a number of Groupon accounts in the UK.
Shamoon wiper malware has been spotted for the first time in four years, according to Palo Alto and Symantec
Analysis of Judge Tempia's decision to grant the request of the United States government to extradite computer activist Lauri Love to face multiple charges related to computer hacking.
President told by cheeky hacker to improve his website security or hold another election is he was unable to "control the situation"
A tranche of data from a Turkish natural gas company, Izmir Gaz, has been leaked online by the hacktivist group Anonymous in a seemingly convoluted attempt to get at the Turkish government
How has Anonymous avoided being labeled as a terrorist group? That is a serious question that was proposed by an anthropologist during the HOPE Conference in New York City.
Turkey blocked access to WikiLeaks after almost 300,000 emails from the Justice and Development Party (AKP Party) were released Tuesday.
The founder of Twitter is the latest victim of the mysterious hacker group, OurMine, but is there a larger point here than petty vandalism?
An Israel-based security firm has issued a warning to fans of the upcoming Olympics to be wary of phony offers.
Days after transferring £7,600 ($11,000) in stolen bitcoins to an anti-ISIS revolutionary group in Syria, hacktivist Phineas Fisher was at it again—defacing the website belonging to Spain's Catalan police union, and posting an online tutorial showing how it was done.
Qatar National bank has had 1.4 GB of internal files published online including the names of intelligence agents, government departments and the Qatari royal family. A turkish fascist group has claimed responsibility.