Microsoft uses court order to shut down APT35 websites
Court orders are becoming an important tool in tech companies’ fight against nation-state-backed hacking groups.
How hackers used a PowerPoint file to spy on Tibet’s government-in-exile
The Tibetan diaspora has been targeted in a series of malware campaigns since 2016.
Russian hackers found the 'ultimate' hacking tool buried in the supply chain of laptops
Russian-linked hackers found a way to use "Lojack for Laptops" for spying, despite the software's parent company being warned about vulnerabilities multiple times.
Interpol identifies 9,000 computers in Asia owned by hackers, used to launch ransomware
Nearly 9,000 computer servers based in southeast Asia are infected with or currently dispensing malware, according to a newly unveiled Interpol-led operation heavily supported by multiple private sector cybersecurity firms and domestic law enforcement agencies. Hundreds of compromised websites popularly used in Southeast Asia, including regional government portals, were also identified as under the control of hackers, Interpol announced Monday.