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Secondary Infektion, a Russian disinformation outfit, impersonated Swedish lawmaker

by Jeff Stone • 13 hours ago

The group is once more pushing narratives around NATO, according to Recorded Future.

Notorious Russian ransomware gang Evil Corp. reportedly hit Sinclair Broadcast Group

by AJ Vicens • 1 week ago

The group appears to be trying to circumvent U.S. sanctions with another iteration of its malware.

NSA, DHS shine light on BlackMatter ransomware threat to food industry, demands of up to $15 million

by Tim Starks • 1 week ago

Monero appears to be a currency of choice.

Announcing the 2021 CyberScoop 50 awards winners

by CyberScoop Staff • 1 week ago

The awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of security personnel working in and with the U.S. government.

Ransomware gangs are starting more drama on cybercrime forums, upending 'honor among thieves' conventions

by Tonya Riley • 4 weeks ago

Researchers say online disputes between hackers can be a treasure trove of intelligence.

Exposed ransomware negotiations shed light on cybercrime, but complicate things for victims

by Tonya Riley • 1 month ago

The hijacking raises questions about what happens with sensitive negotiations become public.

Ransomware gang strikes Iowa agriculture business New Cooperative, the latest hack on food supply chain

by Tim Starks • 1 month ago

The hack follows this summer's ransomware attack on meat supplier JBS.

Russian cybercrime continues as government-backed attacks on companies dwindle, CrowdStrike says

by Tim Starks • 2 months ago

Russian government-backed groups have turned their attention elsewhere, while the local ransomware scene thrives.

Suspected Russian operatives tried to stir far-right outrage about COVID-19 on 4chan

by Tonya Riley • 2 months ago

Members of the same operation posed as members of the Anonymous hacking collective.

Multiple ransomware gangs pounce on 'PrintNightmare' vulnerability

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

For the second time in a week, security researchers have warned that extortionists exploited the critical flaw.