USB-based malware is a growing concern for industrial firms, new Honeywell findings show
The hacking tools could be bad news for industrial systems.
Old vulnerabilities die hard: researchers uncover 20-year-old code in Windows Print Spooler
It's an example of the old code that is bequeathed to popular software programs we take for granted.
Israeli official confirms attempted cyberattack on water systems
Was Israel behind a hack on an Iranian port? “Maybe and maybe not,” says Yigal Unna.
How one security researcher used radio signals to hop an air gap
For governments trying to lock down their secrets, it’s another attack scenario to consider.
Airbus researcher explores ‘Stuxnet-type attack’ for security training
The planemaker's cybersecurity subsidiary says it found a way to replicate how the famous malware executed code on programmable logic controllers.
Nation-state hacking kit ‘Flame’ had a second life, researchers say
The discovery shows how good source code dies hard, and that tracking its evolution can be a very long game for researchers.