$3 million hack of Bangladesh ATMs was by Russian group called Silence, researchers say
Not the Bangladesh Bank hack you're thinking of.
Cyberattack at med-tech conglomerate Hoya slowed production at Thai factory by 60 percent
Roughly 100 computers were infected with malicious software that stole user credentials, then tried to install a program that would co-opt those machines into mining for cryptocurrency.
Facebook links Duterte campaign volunteer to 200 bogus accounts
The specific identification of Nic Gabunada, former chief executive of Omnicom Media Group Philippines, marks a departure for Facebook in its efforts against "coordinated inauthentic behavior."
Latest Pakistan bank-card fraud looks like an actual breach, researchers say
New York-based threat intelligence company Gemini Advisory says it appears that a card-information dump in January points to a more aggressive level of hacking beyond point-of-sale attacks.
Malware campaign that targeted Tibet's diaspora linked to wider operation
A malware campaign against members of the Tibetan diaspora this year was part of a wider operation that has also targeted governments and industries in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new report released today by Citizen Lab.
Asia's hackers are finding a home on the dark web
Normally used by U.S. and Russian hackers, Asian countries are starting to find their footing on the criminal dark web.