Why Did Microsoft Wait Six Months To Patch a Critical Word Zero-Day?
The strange life and afterlife of a Microsoft Word Zero-Day that ended up in the hands of criminal and government hackers.
Government Hackers Used Microsoft Word Zero-Day to Install Spyware on Russian Targets
The hackers exploited the unknown vulnerability to install spyware made by the infamous surveillance company FinFisher.
The Cybersecurity Dilemma: The Prevalence and Dangers of Defensive Hacking
How offense can be the best defense in cyberspace.
How Israel Built One Of The World’s Most Powerful Cyber Armies
The small country has assembled one of the best team of government hackers ever, and fostered a successful private cybersecurity sector.
'Dino,' French Malware Targeting Iran, Searches for Specific Data and Steals It
A researcher has found traces of yet another targeted French computer espionage operation.
This Hacker Gang Writes 'Perfect' Social Engineering Emails
The cyberespionage campaign could’ve been prevented with simple fixes like patching outdated software.
White House Hack May Be Linked to Russia, Researchers Say
The attack on the White House was one of many launched by a group that’s been linked to Russia in the past.
China Is Building a National Operating System to Cut Out Microsoft and Google
US companies have felt a tangible effect on both their profits, and how much they are trusted in the country.
US Financial Markets Need to Do More to Protect Against Large-Scale Hacks
A recent simulation of systemic attacks shows markets need more security.