Six people from the Sandworm hacking group are wanted by the FBI for launching a long series of hacks and leaks all over the world.
A document obtained by Motherboard provides more detail on the malware law enforcement deployed against Encrochat devices.
A security researcher who specializes in MacOS found a way to hack users who would double click on a Microsoft Office file, with no need for any other interaction.
Emails obtained by Motherboard show the U.S.-branch of NSO Group was pitching its product to U.S. agencies as recently as 2018.
The attempt failed, but so-called "network investigative techniques" are not limited to the FBI, according to newly unsealed court records.
The finding comes as part of a new technical report into a series of NSO attacks from Amnesty International.
Victims of the group included Chipotle, Whole Foods, and Trump Hotels.
Two subdomains of an official Virginia government website were hijacked and enrolled into a eBooks scam.
10 organizations are part of the Coalition, and they have also launched a website to help victims.
A group focused on counterintelligence and insider threats purchased the malware, according to a FOIA response to Motherboard.
The FTC’s move comes after Motherboard revealed a hacker had repeatedly breached Retina-X and gained access to sensitive user data.