Cyber Command’s midterm election work included trips to Ukraine, Montenegro, and North Macedonia
The trip to Europe demonstrates how the command supports and learns from allies facing threats from persistent hackers.
Facebook suit accuses two Ukrainians of distributing adware disguised as quizzes
When Facebook users installed malicious software extensions that masqueraded as online quizzes, they were unwittingly injecting advertisements into their news feeds and exposing their friend lists, according to the lawsuit.
Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of launching cyberattack against election commission
Ukrainians go to the polls on March 31; analysts have warned that Moscow could attempt to interfere.
For foreign hackers, 2018 was all about subtlety, CrowdStrike says
Russian hackers need just 19 minutes to move through breached networks, the cybersecurity company said.
GreyEnergy malware has 'massive amounts of junk code' meant to confuse researchers
Attackers are persistent, but so are reverse engineers.
U.S. charges eight in complex ad-fraud scheme
U.S. prosecutors in New York unveiled a 13-count indictment charging suspected cybercriminals of orchestrating a scheme to defraud internet advertisers out of tens of millions of dollars.