Chinese banks require clients to use tax programs laced with backdoors, report says
A Chinese bank required a company to use a specific kind of tax software for local tax purposes, but the software deployed a backdoor, Trustwave researchers say.
Malware from notorious FIN7 group is being delivered by snail mail
Not all suspicious USB sticks are a test.
Hackers turn Bangladeshi embassy website into cryptomining scheme
Almost the entire embassy website appears to be compromised, with nearly every attempt to access a URL ending in a request to save a malicious file.
This elite cybercrime group is wreaking havoc on the U.S. restaurant industry
Chipotle is just one of a slew of businesses targeted by a sophisticated hacking group with suspected ties to cybercrime gangs operating in Eastern Europe.
Tech workers are routinely pressured to roll out products that aren't secure, report says
What happens to projects that set aside security in favor of speed?
How Netgear and Trustwave built a virtuous cycle of vulnerability disclosure
One company makes things. The other finds bugs. Over the past year, their story illustrated why more and more manufacturers are willing to work with white-hat hackers.