During a pandemic, stalkerware becomes even more sinister
Stalkerware detections have increased, some security researchers say, as the COVID-19 pandemic forces people to possibly quarantine with domestic abusers.
How spies used LinkedIn to hack European defense companies
It's a cautionary tale in the use of social engineering for espionage.
Gamaredon, a hacking group with a fixation on Ukraine, deploys new email compromise tools
Simplicity, rather than stealth, is the name of the game for these Russia-linked hackers.
'Turla' spies have been stealing documents from foreign ministries in Eastern Europe, researchers find
Turla has a knack for rewriting code and using it to steal state secrets.
Researchers expose new malware designed to steal data from air-gapped networks
ESET is hoping publicizing the malware will shake loose clues in their hunt for the enigmatic hackers.
A 35,000-device botnet in Peru is wounded, but still mining cryptocurrency
It’s an example of how the fight against a cybercriminal threat is often long and methodical — and heavily aided by the private sector.