A previously secret document obtained by Motherboard shows how, and why, CYBERCOM is publicly releasing malware from adversaries.
In a new book, a veteran cybersecurity reporter wrote that the infamous hacker who embarrassed surveillance vendors FinFisher and Hacking Team may be a Russian government agent. We caught up with Phineas Fisher and broke down the evidence.
US Cyber Command, a part of the military tasked with hacking and cybersecurity operations, says it is releasing malware samples as an information sharing effort.
With Donald Trump downplaying and denying Russian attempts to interfere with American elections, companies like Microsoft, Google, and Cloudflare have filled the void as defenders of democracy.
But Ukraine’s government says it thinks that Russia will use “VPNFilter” to attack Saturday’s Champions League final.
Mark Zuckerberg revealed that Facebook’s security team identified Russian government hackers targeting US presidential campaigns and notified them of the hack attempts.
The hackers used booby-trapped Word documents and a leaked NSA hacking tool to get a foothold into the networks to then attack guests.
Security researchers have exposed a sophisticated hacking and disinformation campaign that targeted more than 200 Gmail users.
As France braces for the second round of its election, security researchers try to figure out if Russia was really behind the alleged hacking attempts against frontrunner Emmanuel Macron.
The hacking group who attacked the DNC and was behind the Podesta leaks also went after France’s Presidential frontrunner.
A 2014 leaked private report from Google shows how much the internet giant knows about government hacking groups.
A hacking group with links to the Russian government used a malicious app to track Ukrainian artillery units.