North Korean hackers target U.S. entities amid stalled denuclearization talks
A hacking group with North Korean ties has been targeting U.S. entities with malicious documents this summer as it works to hide its tracks better, according to research from Prevailion.
A potentially state-sponsored hacking campaign tried to phish U.S. utilities in July, researchers say
The phishing emails purported to be from an organization that certifies engineers.
NSA technical director: Iran-linked operations are about espionage, not destruction
The country is getting better at attacks, but not yet to the point where it can cause physical damage.
Phishing kits are licensed, managed and pirated like any other legitimate software
Spearphishing schemes are pulling on practices from legitimate software companies in order to enhance the efficiency and distribution of their scams.
Middle East-linked hacking group is working hard to mask its moves
The group bears a resemblance to MuddyWater.
Embassies targeted in ongoing spearphishing campaign that weaponized Microsoft Excel files
Hackers filled emails U.S. State Department logos and “Top Secret” labels to trick victims into believing they were legitimate.