A veteran Chinese pro-democracy activist based in New York is accused of snitching on his peers for the Chinese government.
Kaspersky told Motherboard it thinks the announcement was made on political grounds and not a technical analysis.
“We appear to have been the target of persistent nation-state attack activity,” wrote the company’s CTO.
Intelligence operatives throughout history have a knack of using culinary tastes to their advantage.
By publishing a video containing the intercepted conversations, Ukraine is sending a message to Russia.
The old "tap on the shoulder" method still happens for James Bond wannabes – just not in the way you think.
The case is likely to deepen a diplomatic rift between China and Canada.
An FBI official said the plan sounded like “some far-fetched movie plot”.
He's engaged to the mother, a lawyer who helped with his case.
Court documents reveal how the two spin bike companies went from potential partners to hated rivals.
"Restaurants and cafés are in many ways the lifeblood of espionage," a former spy told NPR's The Salt.