The U.S. government has said it is paying close attention to LAPSUS$, the group that breached Okta, Microsoft, and Nvidia. The answers for the group's motivations are hiding in plain sight.
The LAPSUS$ group has previously compromised Nvidia and Samsung. Over the weekend the group published a screenshot that appeared to show access to internal Microsoft systems.
Hackers defaced a website linked to Russia’s Space Research Institute (IKI) and leaked files they claimed came from Roscosmos.
In an open letter an international group of lawyers asked the European Commission and European Parliament to halt new prosecutions until more evidence was presented.
“I’m literally a famous fucking cyberterrorist, and you think that you can scare me?”
The exposure of thousands of phone numbers, which Motherboard obtained from a source, has not been previously reported.
Hao Kuo Chi advertised his iCloud hacking service as "icloudripper4you" but also kept images for his personal collection.
A week after iOS 14.5, there's a new emergency update to fix two new serious vulnerabilities.
Argyle says it provides access to employment and payroll history. Buying login details may fall afoul of U.S. hacking laws.
He explains how he gets unreleased tracks and sells them for thousands.
Multiple hacking victims said Activision has not helped them regain access to their accounts either.