Twitter API bug leaked private data to other accounts
A bug in Twitter’s account activity API inadvertently leaked sensitive data to other developers, including direct messages and protected tweets, Twitter announced on Friday.
Operator of 'VirusTotal for criminals' gets 14-year prison sentence
“Ruslan Bondars helped malware developers attack American businesses,” said Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski.
Chinese-speaking cybercrime group launches destructive malware family
Iron, also known as Rocke, is a Chinese-speaking hacking group that have gained a spotlight this year for its use of cryptojacking malware using a backdoor from HackingTeam's leaked code.
Zero day in popular video surveillance technology goes public, unpatched
"The Peekaboo flaw is extremely concerning because it exploits the very technology we rely on to keep us safe," Tenable chief technology officer Renaud Deraison said in a statement.
Cryptojacking campaign targets add-ons for popular streaming app Kodi
SET discovered that add-ons for Kodi were part of a cryptojacking campaign extending back to at least December 2017.
Well-known Middle Eastern hacking group keeps updating its arsenal
OilRig is staying very active.