A Recorded Future analysis shows that Flash Player and Microsoft products continue to provide the primary avenue of access for criminal exploit kits.
American and British spy agencies have been intercepting phone calls and data communication from aircraft.
A disgruntled sysadmin has been sentenced to two years in prison after sabotaging the ISP he worked for.
New research reveals the ease with which criminals can hack a bank account without any of the card details.
Cloudflare has detected a new DDoS botnet which attacked targets with traffic peaking at over 400Gbps and 200 million packets per second.
“We need to take the internet back, not as liberals responding to these attacks, but as citizens of every creed demanding that cyberspace not be censored.”
Global authorities have dismantled an international criminal infrastructure platform known as Avalanche.
In a news cycle still fixated on the US election result, on November 15 members of the UK’s upper house of parliament gave final approval to the country’s most invasive surveillance legislation to date.
The hacker who tried to hold San Francisco’s Muni rail system to ransom has been hacked.