CenturyLink sounds the alarm about TheMoon botnet, a versatile tool for fraud
New research is a reminder of how versatile the hordes of infected computers can be in catering to hackers’ needs.
Researchers find hardcoded passwords in popular building-access system
The company behind the product has failed to issue patches to fix the issue, despite researchers best efforts to contact the company.
Supermicro concludes 'Big Hack' investigation, says no tampering
Supermicro said an internal review of its production and testing process found no evidence of malicious hardware being implanted onto its motherboards, as a Bloomberg story had reported.
Kaspersky: Physical devices used to steal 'tens of millions' from Eastern Europe banks
Researchers dubbed the scheme "DarkVishnya" and said attackers intruded in-person to plant malicious devices on banks' networks to steal money.
Symantec markets USB security to industrial facilities amid shift to enterprise sales
In an era when many workers admit they wouldn't hesitate to stick a stray USB stick into their work computer, the Industrial Control System Protection Neural, is meant to help energy, oil, gas and manufacturing organizations check for malicious software.
Apple's new security chip kills access to microphone
The company says that the T2 chip will completely cut off access to a MacBook's microphone when the lid is shut.