Pro-ISIS hackers hijacked the websites of roughly 800 US schools and educational districts on Monday, after compromising their web hosting provider, various news outlets have reported.
Asian entertainment website Crunchyroll.com is blaming a DNS hijack attack after site visitors in the early morning of 4 November were redirected to a malicious website designed to infect them with malware.
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.
Your emails can be changed after they have been delivered, corrupting your records and introducing malicious urls using the Ropemaker vulnerability.
Ransomware actors are looking for new targets. According to security vendor WordFence that target appears to be WordPress-powered websites.
As yet another well-known consumer brand falls victim to 'old version syndrome' and serves up malware to its customers; we ask, why lessons aren't being learned?
Short URLs produced by bit.ly, goo.gl, and similar services are so short that they can be scanned by brute force, according security researchers.