Sprawling, multi-year Iranian cyberespionage and surveillance group exposed in new report
The Iranian cyberespionage group known as APT 42 is characterized by targeted spear phishing campaigns and extensive surveillance operations.
Albania cuts diplomatic ties with Iran after July cyberattack
A group called "Homeland Justice," which the Albanian government said is a front for Iranian hackers, took responsibility for the cyberattacks.
Hackers deploy new ransomware tool in attacks on Albanian government websites
The hackers linked to the Iranian government claimed to have attacked Albania for hosting an opposition group conference.
Global network of fake news sites push Chinese propaganda, researchers find
More than 70 bogus sites in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia are part of an information operation pushing pro-Beijing messages.
Taiwanese government sites hit with DDoS attacks ahead of Pelosi's visit
One attack appears to have shut down the president of Taiwan's website Tuesday before Nancy Pelosi's historic visit.
Pro-Russian cybercriminals briefly DDoS Congress.gov
KillNet, the group that claimed responsibility, has launched a series of attacks around the world on perceived enemies of Russia.