Before targeting Belarus, Eastern Europe-focused hackers flew under the radar
Despite the explosion of security firms that track state-linked hackers, a significant amount of that activity goes unnoticed.
CISA orders agencies to quickly patch critical Netlogon bug
CISA has increasingly used its emergency-directive authority to try to keep foreign spies or criminals from burrowing into federal networks
After researchers test Microsoft Netlogon exploit, feds tell users to patch now or suffer later
The episode highlights how, with thousands of software vulnerabilities released each year, some matter much more than others.
Cisco says it will issue patch ‘as soon as possible’ for bugs hackers are trying to exploit
It's been a busy year for critical bugs in popular software that hackers exploit before a patch is available.
Netgear moves to plug vulnerability in routers after researchers find zero-day
The findings underscore the challenge of improving security in a market that prizes cheap and functional networking equipment.
As contact tracing gains attention, a researcher pokes a hole in Bluetooth technology
A German university student show how to execute code on a Samsung Galaxy S10e.