A group of criminal hackers have started leaking data containing personal information online, after the victim school publicly announced it wasn’t going to pay the ransom.
A Motherboard investigation based on FOIA requests show how U.S. schools have been dealing with ransomware attacks.
Windows users of Malwarebytes antivirus software had trouble browsing the web on Wednesday morning because of a mistake.
Prosecutors have identified three Iranian nationals and accused them of being behind a series of ransomware attacks in the U.S., and around the world.
The ransomware gang Cl0p appeared to have accessed the industrial control systems of a UK water supply company.
Two former employees and one current employee said that the company has refused relocation requests after the invasion of Ukraine.
Unknown attackers targeted Signal users after they broke into the systems of communications services company Twilio.
The satellite had been decommissioned and was about to be sent to the so-called “graveyard orbit,” a far-away orbit where satellites go to die.
Victor Zhora, head of Ukraine’s defensive cybersecurity agency, visited one of the biggest hacking conferences in the world this week.
Unfortunately, no one from the controversial surveillance vendor came up on stage to collect the prize.
Security researchers found several vulnerabilities that allowed them to take remote control of internet-connected devices that control door locks.