Russian hacking group Fancy Bear prepares to attack Winter Olympics, U.S. Senate
A hacking group heavily linked to the Russian government is attempting to steal Senate email login details and also appears to be preparing to disrupt the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, based on new research by cybersecurity firms TrendMicro and ThreatConnect.
New hacking campaign targets North Korean defectors in South Korea
"The actors are familiar with South Korea and appear to want to spy on North Korean defectors, and on groups and individuals who help defectors," according to a researcher.
Kaspersky Lab takes U.S. government to court over federal software ban
In a letter posted on the company's website, CEO Eugene Kaspersky claims DHS did not give his company due process.
The line between adware and malware has become increasingly blurred, researcher finds
New research by Israeli company Cybereason shows a secretive advertising technology firm, had developed and spread a covert piece of software that can manipulate browsers, track users' activity and forcefully load digital advertisements.
Hacking group turns Microsoft Office flaw into an exploit in less than a week
APT34 has been especially active since mid-2016, based on publicly available research authored by analysts with FireEye and Kaspersky Lab.
Why Eugene Kaspersky keeps talking about 'Project Sauron'
Kaspersky Lab founder and CEO Eugene Kaspersky says he's figured out why the U.S. government hates his company.