A team of researchers have published a new report detailing how Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Twitter have profited from the global campaign of violence.
Cybersecurity experts have been sounding the alarm about industrialized insecurity for years, but the Pegasus Project has to be a line in the sand.
Microsoft and Citizen Lab found a new kind of spyware made by the mysterious Israeli vendor Candiru, and targeting someone in Europe based on their political beliefs.
A new report by Google researchers details a hacking campaign by “likely Russian government-backed” hackers targeting European government officials.
Security researchers warn there's an unpatched vulnerability in Windows and Windows Server that could allow hackers to take full control of targets' computers and servers.
The company said the hackers targeted video games in China, potentially to cheat and compromise their accounts.
Images of Israel and Gaza are now legal to distribute. But Google is still running outdated images on Maps, potentially hindering open source conflict researchers.
The FBI obtained court approval to access vulnerable computers across the United States.
After Chinese government hackers took the lead, cybercriminals are stepping in to try to monetize unpatched Exchange email servers: “This is poised to be pretty bad,” a Microsoft researcher said.
Looking at these photos from 2000, you can see Justin Timberlake wondering why he was there.
The price increase makes it seem more cost effective just to spring for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.