Hackers spoof SBA to try to compromise companies' computers
The hackers are exploiting businesses' reliance on digital updates from the federal government.
Cyber-espionage campaign in Middle East, Europe picked up speed after Soleimani killing
The hackers could be prepositioning for a retaliatory attack, or biding their time to collect intelligence, researchers say.
Fake ransomware named after Donald Trump tries to trick victims out of a buck
Hackers are trying to spread malicious software by using world leaders' names to generate interest.
Talos: Remcos software is a surveillance tool posing as legitimate software
Remcos is sold by a German company, Breaking Security, that markets it as a legitimate way to remotely access computers.
Amid ongoing geopolitical tension, researchers find Pakistan-linked hacking aimed at India
As well-crafted hacking tools become more ubiquitous, long simmering rivalries between developing nations take on a new dimension: cyber espionage runs rampant.
North Korean hackers turn focus to cryptocurrency, point-of-sale systems during holiday season
RiskIQ and Proofpoint's findings reveal not only newly discovered, highly sophisticated tactics and capabilities held by North Korea's Lazarus Group, but they also highlight the internal divisions within it.