Archives for January, 2019
Facebook is continuing to crack down on misinformation, political meddling, and "coordinated inauthentic behavior" on its platform.
A new module allows it to be rented to other malicious actors -- and it's likely other new capabilities are coming down the pike.
Swarm technology may be a game changer for the bad guys if organizations don’t change their tactics.
So far, 2019 shows no signs of a decline in data incidents.
A cyberattack lifts employee data at the French aerospace giant as news hits of "Collections 2-5" being passed around the underground.
The Department of Justice is looking to dismantle the Joanap botnet, which has been built and controlled by North Korea-linked hackers since 2009.
A day after Facebook was dinged for shady iOS distribution techniques of its data-collecting research app, Google was discovered using the same methods for its own app.
A newly discovered malware steals cookies, credentials and more to break into victims' cryptocurrency exchange accounts.
A severe flaw exposes sensitive information for 35,000 kids and 20,000 individual accounts.