New APT group TajMahal operates as a 'full-blown spying network,' Kaspersky says
Researchers have only identified a diplomatic entity from a country in Central Asia as the victim, though its likely others exist.
SamSam outbreak led to FBI restructuring, top official says
The notorious ransomware forced the FBI to rethink how the bureau tackles cyber investigations.
Magecart is the most infamous payment skimmer. But it's hardly the only one.
Woman illegally entered Mar-a-Lago with thumb drive full of malware, prosecutors say
Yujing Zhang has been charged with with making false statements toward federal law enforcement agents and unlawfully entering a restricted building or grounds.
Gustuff malware can steal from banking apps, then spread via contact lists
The hacking tool now is available for a monthly subscription of $800 on black market forums.
Hide it well or market it well: Two reports show how point-of-sale malware has users in mind
A generation of cybercriminals have relied on point-of-sale (PoS) malware to access customer credit information from victims including e-commerce sites, and at credit terminals and gas pumps at brick-and-mortar locations.