Flashpoint researchers spotted Russian speaking cyber-criminals using Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services to bypass phone call transaction verifications.
Cerber ransomware delivered in a Magnitude exploit kit (EK) using an interesting technique, Malwarebyte researchers have discovered.
A review of Fuzz Testing results from various industries in 2016 showed the overall average time to first failure (TTFF) was 1.4 hours, meaning testers are taking less time to find vulnerabilities than in 2015.
A Russian mathematician and programmer attempted to extort an Australian gambling company of £10 million or more after cracking the spin sequence on several of the firm's poker machines.
Microsoft had a busy month patching flaws with nearly 50 security issues fixed, many of which have a severity rating of critical" or "important" with remote code execution vulnerabilities.