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U.S. sanctions Iranian Ministry of Intelligence in response to Albanian cyberattack

by AJ Vicens

The July attacks involved multiple groups responsible for different aspects of the operation against Albania, researchers said.

House Intel Chairman vows to put 'greater emphasis' on fighting spyware

by Suzanne Smalley

Spyware such as NSO Group-produced Pegasus is proliferating quickly and poses a threat to privacy and national security, experts said.

Cybersecurity experts question Microsoft's Ukraine report

by Suzanne Smalley

Critics said claims of a combined cyber and battlefield attack against a Ukrainian nuclear power plant are particularly irresponsible.

Experts, NSA cyber director say ransomware could threaten campaigns in 2022

by Tonya Riley

Hackers are also widening their net to candidates' families and friends, experts say.

Previously unreported Lebanon-based hacking group targeting Israel, Microsoft says

by AJ Vicens

The new group is suspected of collaborating with "multiple" Iranian-linked hacking efforts.

Europol says it disabled FluBot botnet infecting 'huge' number of devices

by Suzanne Smalley

Botnets have proven hard to permanently eradicate in the past, suggesting Europol's success disabling the FluBot malware could be fleeting.

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