Massive supply chain cyberattack on the horizon in Ukraine, according to police
The attack may come through another booby-trapped software update, according to a cryptic press release published Thursday by the Secret Service of Ukraine.
'Highly active' Hamas-linked hackers found spying on Palestinian political group
According to mobile security firm Lookout, a group called "Two-tailed Scorpion" has been able to remotely collect thousands of hours of stolen audio from infected smartphones across the Gaza Strip.
CCleaner attack was focused on stealing data from top level tech firms
Researchers believe the hacking group may be a Chinese advanced persistent threat, although the evidence so far is inconclusive and researchers are still collecting evidence.
Wyden demands answers from telecom giants, NSA over SS7 vulnerabilities
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden is demanding to know how America's largest telecommunications companies plan to stop hackers from exploiting vulnerabilities in an outdated mobile-data transfer framework that remains fundamental to how cellphones function.
Security firms pour on evidence of Chinese hacking against Vietnam
The operation is reportedly tied to the fight over territory in the South China Sea.
Fake FCC statement posted to agency's website stokes security worries
Uploading files to FCC.gov is an easy way to make a fake statement look more legitimate.