It's hard to keep a big botnet down: TrickBot sputters back toward full health
Microsoft and U.S. Cyber Command made progress against TrickBot, but it doesn't appear to have been lasting.
Networking giant Belden says hackers accessed data on employees, business partners
The U.S. firm issued a statement with few details.
UK bill proposes stiff fines for companies that violate Huawei ban
Legislation proposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government would levy fines of as much as 100,000 pounds per day.
Baidu apps in Google Play Store left users vulnerable to tracking, Palo Alto finds
It's some of the most sensitive device data.
'Smart' doorbells for sale on Amazon, eBay came stocked with security vulnerabilities
The findings point to “a wider culture that favors shortcuts over security in the manufacturing process," one researcher said.
After years of work, Congress passes 'internet of things' cybersecurity bill — and it's kind of a big deal
Sens. Mark Warner and Cory Gardner teamed up with Reps. Robin Kelly and Will Hurd to get significant cybersecurity legislation across the finish line.
Another 'Minecraft' lesson for kids: Beware of deceitful adware apps
More than 20 "mods" recently available in the Google Play Store didn't do much for "Minecraft" at all, and instead displayed ads "in an extremely intrusive manner," according to researchers at Kaspersky.
Police arrest 2 in connection with CyberSeal, Dataprotector crime services
It’s another move by law enforcement agencies to strike at the heart of cybercriminal infrastructure.
Apple says iOS anti-tracking feature is still on the way, also takes shot at Facebook
The App Tracking Transparency (ATT) technology will arrive in early 2021, an Apple executive said Thursday while charging that Facebook wants to "collect as much as possible" about users.